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HVttNLVrt ttlUJ.ftTI.H, llOSOl.lll.ti, T II WKIlNUHH.W, I'lJII . IM
Pacific Third Degree.
rtoe CroU 7:30 p. m.
Lei AIoIm Chapter neouUr.
All vlnltlng member! of tba
order are cordially tattled to it
tend meeting of local lodge.
rlARMONY LODQE, No. I, I. O. O. F.
Meed every Monday evening at 7:10
tn I. O. O K. Hall. Fort itreet.
K. It IIL'.S'DHY. Secretary.
C A. SIMPSON, N. 0.
All visiting bro'.hen Terr cordially
MYSTIC LODQE, No. 2, K. ( P.
Meu every Tuesday arming at
1:30 o'rlnrk In K. of P. Hall. Kll(r
trrr.t. Vlrltlnr brother! cordially In
vite tn attend.
a h wnKiir.it, c
I-' WAI.DHON, K It 8
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. ( l.
. Meets every Friday evening at
K.'P. Hall, King Creel, at 7:30. Mem
bn of Mystic Lc-Ue, No. 2 Wm.' Mc
Klnley Lodge, No. 8, and vllltlug
brothers uinllnlly Invited.
it. aosi.iNo. c. c
A. S. KKNWAY, K. 11. 8.
HONOLULU LODQE 1, . P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. fil, II I' O. II.,
will meet In their hnll on Kins near
Fort street mcry Krlduy o culiift.
fly order of tho i: It.
' HAIlltY H. SIMPSON,
II. K. MUltllAY, IMl.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODQE No. I, K.ef P.
Meet erery Saturday evening at
f:10 o'clock In K. of F. Hall, King
street Visiting brothera cordially In
tlU4 to tlend.
1 II. WOLF. C. C.
K. A. JACOIISON, K. It. S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. O. E.
tfseta on the 2nd and 4th WEDNKS
DAY evening? of each month at 7:30
Vlock in K. of P. Hall, King stre-L
Visiting Eaglei are Invited tr at
BAM McKEAaUE. W.P.
H. T. MOORE. W. 8ecy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE Nt. 1, I. 0. R. M.
Meets every seiond and fourth
I'lUtlAY of ouch month In 1 0, 0. F.
' Visiting brothers cordially Invited t
i: V. TODD. Surlieni
A i: ML'HPHY. C til II
DAMIEN COUNCIL No. 683, Y. M. I.
Meets every second and fourth Wed
neaday of each month nt Sau An.onlo
Hall. Visiting brothers cordially In
vttcrd In attflnd.
F. V. WEED, Prcs.
E. V. TODl), Secy.
Don't atart the New
Year wrong, merchants,
but have your delivery wa
gon repainted and repair
ed at once. We'll begin the
work right, end It right
and charge only what's
42? QUEUN ST. n.t- MAIN 47.
P. O BOX 193.
C, W. ZCIGLER, Manager
manufactured from pure distilled wa
ter, Delivered to any part of city by
OAHU ICE AND ELECTRIC CO.,
Kevvalo. Telephone Blue 3151.
MRS. MORGAN'S JAM8 and JELLIES
FOR SALt AT
r; HOTEL OT. NEAR FORT.
.The Kind You Like.
V No Oilier Competes.
j. THONE MAIN 107.
That is what people
want today. ELAS
TIC CARBON PAINT
is fire proof, weather
proof, acid proof. Wc
guarantee that it
will last on a roof nt
least five years.
177 S. KINO ST.
It ii to our interest as well as
yours to develop your films and
plates the best we know how,
so as to promote picture-taking
and not discourage It. We em
ploy the most expert developers
and printers to be found and do
the work carefully and scientifi
cally. Conditions are Ideal now for
picture-taking. Bring your neg
atives to us.
" Everything Photographic "
a ;ood lunch with a BIG
glass of beer. You can
have it for 2S cts at
Cor! Belhcl and Hotel Sts.
Blank books ot ill sorts, ledgers
etc , manufactured by the Bulletin Pub
LOCAL AND WNERAL
UIiir np Main 250 ami
tell the ilitllctln office to
pet what you need hy
TalMnw. tilery, anion. 8lk)ils. KlhM.
I llest nip of coffee. In th city. New
Purser "adnny of the Noenu rriwrls
' :f.isi baits of sugar nt Kuhiilhiicle
llcnn) A I'll lime n few siioiid-hand
machine in good loiidltlon for sale
12i.fi Fort St. Phone Muln IS8.
Have on tried the 2f.c. lunch nt Hi"
Criterion, nirnrr of Hotel and llclhej
streets' Your friends are our regular
The Noenu arriving from Hawaii
llhl morning, hrouglit iIoimi m'.'O ImRS
of II. S. t'o KtiKiir and 30 hend of inl
I tic- from Xiiioojioo
I Wnlklkl Inn Is now owned by W. C
I Herein. Arcommnditlons, suppllei
and attendance ntiiolulcly first clais
I'lnrst linthlns on the be.ich.
' N. rerimmles, nmary public, lic
I writer, etc., has removed his office to
I No. 811 Kiinhuiiinnu street, oppml(a
I lie olllie of Theo. II. DuvIch & Co.,
Sin-lis' rlusliiK out unit' of rhlldn-n
uiifh tin tn nuil IniuiiPtM mid ypci'lnl
prlie ri-iliii'tlons on I'eti-r I'mi wiiIkU
nuil KoTiil iiilor illmltli'H will end on
Hirri-tnn .link Atklliwiu Ik iiiiiiIiIp
to In- nt hiii olllio toda Hi- Ih ioii-
lllll'll III lll lllltlll- ll llll Illllll'k of fl'XI'l
Mlilch, II Ih Ih-IIvmiI, will not mtt
herloiiH Another lurp- rliljniii-ut of Itouni-vlt-rl'H
ciiinlii-H lias Jurl urrlvi-d from
Sun KriiuclM'ii. The Inxt Hliliment Hii.,
(ompli'ti'ly ixli.iiiHtiil In no tliiic. J. M.
Ivy k. Co.
The Ni-vndaii, iinlyliiK this iniirnliii;,
liroimht ii lii'iiiillful Hpmi of Iiothok for
Mm. .M K. CroHMiiiin. Tim Imrm-H iii
AlrK (IriiKKiiiiiu'H fiiMirlti-K anil were'
liioiiKht out from Chicupo.
liilroi.-iH'llon of i-lcct rle IIkIiIh into :,
I'onii- hrliiKH a lirlKlilnci-H, u (oiufort
in-loii- unknown Tho fuiry-llku i-lti-ci
vl llif IIrIiIh Ih most IipcoiiiIiir t ir
lloiioliilu liumcK. Inquire ut thu II.i
wnll.ui Klcctrlc Company.
The lliiwalliin KntomoloKlcnl So-
clet will hold a regular meeting
lliiimda., J-'ebruary 7, nt 7:30 p. in.
In thu library of the Ilouril of Agricul
ture. 0. II. Sncczry will read a jiaper
entitled "Notes on I,cpldoptcra."
The number of arrcvtH for drunken
Iii'hh In Honolulu iiiipi-arH to be iixjii
tho luereiiM-. Thu averaKc uuuiber for
the past month him been over II vn
oiilly, while M-nterday ami the day In-
ion- llio iiunilivr lum been i-IkIU each.
A rommltleii of the Chnmlier of
Coniiueri-o will meet toinorrnw ut 11 a
in., probably toRelher wllh u coinnilt-ti-u
of the .Merchants' Atihoclutlon. io
niaku arrangement)) for the o'utertalii
nieiit of thu I,os AngeleH Clinniber of
u iietti-r fioiu a standpoint of
l.eatlli and comrort not to wear uny
iiiiilerwi-nr than to enciiKe ourselves In
elos.- llttliiK unilerslilriH nml ilrawcn,.
11. V. I), underwear, however, bolves
thu iirolileni ror over man. For wile
by .M. .MrliiPi), Ltd.
I'Hihcr John (irubp of (ho Mlka
Iinlii rpports tho follinvliiR siiBar on
hand on Kauai: K. S. M., 1 KIM); V,
K. tr.o; M. A. K. r.',U7; II. a It.,
--, .Moll.. 2fi.72fi; K. P., AlHIU; l.
L., Il,r,rl; II. M.. 11,(121; M. 8. Co.,
r.U(i; K. S. C, 1700.
A meeting of the lloyal School
Alumni will lw huld on .Monday i-cn-Ins
Keliriinry II, IDO. at 7:30 o'clock
ut the Iloyul School building on Kmniii
street. All old students who attend
the above bchool inn earnestly u-iiucHt-id
to attend, IJiixIiichs of InijKiilaiieu
will be tiailbactecl.
H. .M. Ayers Intend to iiiiblish it
i.ew week I), under thu iiiiuii- of The
ltcfcrpp. thp first Ibsue of which will
uiohiihl) uppear Saturday.' February
Ifi. It will, among other things, pay
turtlculiir attention to sports ami pio
motion, llio niilo jiuiade on Kcbrutm
:'2 being the first main featiuo in pro
pect. The wedding of Miss Violet Wccdon
to Sergeant lloiu of the Tenth Infiiii
try on January 28 came as a surprho
to the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
V. P. Wceilnn. They wi-ro niado uc
I'Mlutcd with the fait only yesterday.
Sergeant Horn hu lately lecclvrd
Ida dlbiharge from the army and the
happy louplc left for Hip itiaul jeiitcr
day. Hear Admiral Very, Major Cuslimnn
mid Dr. Alanines, the French Consul
weiu guests at a dinner given yester
day by thu commander and officers of
llio Flench cruiser Catlniit In thcli
honor. Thu Hawaiian bund played a
liunibir of French selcotlouu with ho
much feel In k and vim that llio Flench-
men wcru ut u loss for words to ex
press Ihelr delight.
Following are the quotations for sug
ar stocks In the Sau Kiauclbeo .
change January M-
Honnkaa Wi 12
Mnkawi'ii a:i :i:i!t
Oiiomi-a . 38 1,4 "
I'uniiluiu . G
do pool su
That's right, five there sre ethers,
but thsst art the Important ones for
I you and your eyest
you frown or squint In looking
at n object;
your eyts show an Intolerance
thsy tire, ache, smart or wa
objects iwlm or become dim
you have frequent hsadaehes;
These art a few of the points that
t point to the need of glasses, points
(that point to us.
; A. N. SANFORD,
1DOSTON BUILDING, FORT STREET,
Ovtr May &. Co,
HAWAIIAN HATS. FEATHER I.EIS,
TAl'AS. FANS, DEEP SEA CORAT,.
We Make n Specialty of the
Hawatinn Souvenir Ooods.
Fine Engraving Promptly Done.
MUTUAL TELEPHONE CO.
(Continued from Page 1)
Hon of Hiu lime Instead of u great
ninny small units In operation only n
small portion of the time Kucli sub
scriber's lino Jack Is In inulllpli! ut
each operator's loslllou. thus bringing
under each fipernliir thu control of
inch number called for, facilitating thu
method of coiinertlng mid giving u
much quicker sin lie
"Tha method of making a switch is
as follows: The subscriber renuncH
Ids hunil telephone from tho hook. Im
mediately his lire lamp lights tho op
erator puts imp of per lonm cling cords
In tho subscribers line Jack and ascer
tains thu number desired. The num
ber being gleu to thu operator she
Immediately plaies Hip corresponding
connecting lord In tho subscrlbcr'H
Jack (uuudierl railed for and rings. A
white llghl (supi rvlsory lamp) appears
nml remains lighted until tho subscrib
er called lor unsners. Then the light
dlsappciiis mid ii-ninlns so until the
conversation Is finished, when the su
pervisor) lamps are ugalii lighted
Then Hip opeiator knows that Initli
culisi-rlbcis have bung up and deslie
illsconiii'ctloii If one subscriber do
sires another call linmeillatelj be
moves bis book up and down, thus
"flushing" bis supuivluory lamp.
"Tho entile uoiklng, after thu oper
ator has rcielud number. Is untie
"Kath siiliM-rlber will huve a Mulu
Lumber, so Hun when he icnnnca
from one loc.illt to another he will
continue to have t lie sumo number,
thus doing away with tho iiiinojanco
of having telephone numbers changed
us under the piei-ent system,
"Not mill Is tin- company to put In
this new switchboard, hut tlu-y air
about to put up tlneo miles of cables,
some- of i;ou wires, mid to n-hulld thu
country line s.istcm, making each Hue
metallic, which will do away with thu
induction th.it is on thebu Hues ut
"The louipaii) has been delaed con
eldcrtibl) b the nun-ill rival of ma
tcilal, on account of thu Luugcstcd con
dition or fi eights, uud thu luct that
Ban I-'runclMo has Hie- first call on all
apparatus, since the tlru; ulso by tho
continual bad weather during the jmst
"The conipauj. dining the last two
jeais has liibtulled In nil thp principal
bublncss holloa pilvutu exchauges,
wheicby tho dittciciit depaituirnts lun
toiiinmnlcate with eacb other us well
us thiotigli the llutiiiil'a Main Ilx
cIiuiibo." Tho swliihlm.ird was shipped from
tho shops of tho Western Kleclilc Co,
In Chicago this week unit should ai
rlvo heie In less than six weeks' time
Thu WeBtein Klett.fi Co. will send
incii to look after tho work of Installa
tion, which will tuku In thu neighbor
hood or tun da) v. wuh tho now sys
tem thu fceivlcn filiould bo gieutly Im
proved and much time suved to the
subociibciB who air In it liurrj to utc
(Continued on Pag 2)
daily paport ate ac familiar with tho
facts leading up Io tho tragedy au
tlioy am with tho uctuul committing
of thu deed.
On .Iiiuiiary 21, Hurry K. Thaw,
lepieseiited hy his nttnriioy, wont
through tho formal proceedings of
atruleuuieut Uefoie Justice I'ltzger-
You will find ut on Hotel Street
Juit opposite Union.
We are down stairs becsute we
want more visitors. At was, many
cuttcmers would have climbed five,
flights of stairs to see our magnificent I
stock of books. At It, these will not
be discomforted and the new ttore
will be more convenient for the don't-care-to
We cordially Invite customers,.
whether they with te buy or not. '
We want them to see what we have,
eo they can tell their friends.
Standard books, rare editions, orlg-l
Wm, C, Lyon Co,, Ltd,
The Weekly Edition of tha Kvenlna
I Bulletin gives a complete eummary of
the news of the day.
J 064 Fort St.
iibl. Thaw was not hioiighl into thu
court-loom An adjournment was
token ami tho trial postponed until
Thursday morning, ut which time,
thu Inip.inelinent of u Jury to try him
Thaw's defense, us Hinted by Del
iiiiih ami Mel'lkp, his attorneys, will
lie emotional Insanity. Tho lawyers
iiiu loiilldent that they ran provo
Thaw was momentarily Insane when
he killed White, although It Is admit
ted hy them that hu Is Wi'ne at tho
present time. Thaw tloou not agreo
with thn men who urn to mnko u
fight for his life. Ho scouts tho Idea
of Insanity entering Into thu proceed
ings In uny way, shape or form, cith
er before, at thu time, or after the
I'rom piocecdlngs so far it Is quite
ovhlrnt that Thaw Intends to take n
very active part In thn trial. He has
lately been studying up on noted
criminal trials and In the selection
of Jurymen ho made an. exhaustive
raiivnss of each, and no juror was ac
cepted unless with bis approval. His
exhibition of stubbornness so far has
caused his attorneys some npprohen
Llon, nml It Is whispered that no sur
prise would be expressed If one or
more of them withdrew from tho
It will ceitalnly hn tho rase of thn
century according to preparations
that urn being niadu. Over 200 ap
plications for scats have, been miidn
by lepiesentntlves of newspapers,
mid several Kuglish and Flench news
papers have sent men.
Just outside tho tourt-room the
Wcstprn Union Telcmaph Company
has lilted up an ofllcn with it dozen
or moro wires In readiness for sensa
tional happenings that are sure to
lome, for It Is thn Intention of
Thaw's attorneys to bring out. If per
mitted, evury fragment of scandal
connected with Architect Stanford
.Many noted criminal trials have
been held In tho United Stales dur
ing tho lust decade, but none huvo
excited tho Interest, not only In this
country but In foreign lands, as has
this trial of Hurry K. Thaw.
On Thursday, January 21, tho
talesmen, 200 In number, nearly fill
ed tho court-room In which tho trial
was to bo held. The small space left
over was thickly packed with repre
sentatives or thn press, both local and
foreign, A limited space was ro-
wrved for tho prisoner's counsel.
members of his family, and officials.
One liiidon paper has two wlius and
Of the latest pattern and novelty
were received by us ex Alameda,
Remarkable and tasty coloring ef-
feets characterize the line.
You'll fail to get the Eastern style
If you neglect choosing from this ex
ceptional showing- '
You are invited to look at the goods,
we assure you satisfaction In price
W. W. Ahana & Co.,
82 King 3L
PHONC BLUE 2741. P. O, Box 93f
a in r of willrts and stated at
After lull mil of llie latwH
llrfk railed, "Harry l Thaw In ill
llnr Thaw mine In si a side ili'
slid walked Miilekly In Ills place !
Iwepn Ills nllotnes, IhiwIiib sllgliH
In bis wife as lie pasted
M..I i... .i n,
ai.i:;.;,,;';;: Memo ;;;;., ; .;;:
mas of Hftn.rrnnrlsroi Cllffntd W
Ilnrlrldri... John II. (Ilenson. Daniel
O'lllrlly ami A. Itussell I'eabody
laiw)er Delmas' rime resemblante '
to Nnpoleon broiiRbt forth spcrlal
commenl from the ncwspnpeis. .
A buss of excitement went through
thn (oiirt-room when Hip Court an-
liounred that nrcepte.l Jurors would
bo kept In custody from llio time of
liirir hi i epiiiiiiu limn iiiit iii.ru in
thn trial. There were but two mil of
nineteen prospcrtlvo Jiirnra who sue-
(ceded In running the blockade of; h. H. I'.illloriilnii. Sweelwr, for Ka
rapid. rirn questions of opHiRncJnilul, ft p. in.
All of the tnlcsiiien who were cx-j
nmliied seemed anxious to serve on
tlie Jury Hint shall pass on tho Jus
lice of Thaw's claim to iiimmlt mur
der under the rlrciimstances set
District Attorney Jerouio personal
ty conducted the examination of the
talesmen. Two talesmen who gave
their business as architects wero per
emptorily challenged hy tho defense
The usual questions we.ro propoun
ded to thn talesmen. Tho exact
Hiatus of Insanity, regarding Its re
sponsibility for crime, was explained
by Jerome In each talesman separate
ly. Doctors McDonald, l-'lint and Ma
bin were given seats near Hut clerk's
desk. They aru noted ulleiilstH and
will he witnesses tor thn prosecution.
Young Mrs, Thaw was present at
both si-shIiiiih and seemed to take a
keen Interest In every question put
to thn talesmen. Aside from tho
membeis or Hip Inimcdlato family
there were only tour women In tho
The two Jiuors selected mc I). II.
Kyiltli, ii retired umbrella manufac
turer, and Chits. II. 1-cckc, u team
ster. They were turned over to thu
At the end of tho second day's ex
amination of talesmen three more,
Jurors had passed thu broadside of
test questions. The day passed with
out any exciting Incident. TlmW
still exercised his right In accepting
men that may send lum to eternity.
He scans tho races of each talesman
in search of soma Hitting expression
that hn might construe as golntt
Tho threo Juinis selected yester
day lire II. C. Harney, a piano deal
er; (ico. I 'faff, dealer In machinists
supplies; Arthur S. Campbell, n su
perintendent of telegraph. Thcso
three Jurois wore locked up with tho
first two soleeted on tho previous duy,
The restraining or soleeted Jurors
from their liberty Is within tho Juris
diction of tho Judgo but Is a pructlco
which bus not been put Into forco
before for nearly thirty years.
Mrs. Thaw, mother of tho defend
nut. Is on the verge of collnpso
through fatigue during tho long ses
sions, REAL VALUE
(Continued trom Page 1)
knit propel ty, $7, 1 13.00; a total of
117,03.!io. Comparing this ilguro
with the highest nppialscmcut of tho
Lmiiil hinds leaves a balance In favor
of the Covernmcnt through thu ex-
ihangu or $io,o::c.9o.
Tho taxation value of the acquired
propei ty that Is, the amount upon
which thu original owncis have tor
sovcial years boon paying tuxes ,uo
as follows: Conoy property. $70,000;
Mucrteiis, $20,000; Hopper, S17.S00;
Kniiirfkun, $,.'.00f n total of 111!,
000. Tho difference between that fig-
tiro mid the highest appraised value
of the l.anal lands Is 17,000 In favor
of the Government through tho ex
There Is every reason to hellovo,
however, that th" appraised value of
tho Luniil laiidu h considerably In
excess of the real value. It Is cer
tain thut tho Government could not
sell them tor $107, 00 j, nor for $93,-
000, which Is said to he thu amount
paid by those who exchanged tho
other property for the l.anul lands
During tho time Gay had tho La mil
lands, the highest pi Ico ho would of
fer for them was $50,000. Some time
later, an offer of' $77,000 was made.
This Is the highest cash offer that
was over mudo for tho Government
l.unal lands. Kven If the acquired
property bo worth only $93,000, tho
Government on that basis would still
be $16,000 ahead by tho transaction,
At tho meeting In the Governor'
ollkc, when tho exchange, was first
proposed It was tho opinion of tho
business men present thut thu Lunul
lands wero not worth more than
$70,000 at tho outside.
That the Interests which havo ar
qui led tho Lanal lands were able to
cecum the property exchanged for
less than they turned It in at does
not necessarily mean that It Is worth
only wVat they paid for It It Is un
derstood that tho Coney estate needed
cash mora than lands, ami was piu
liably willing to accept less than the
actual value or thn property for tho
siiko of getting cash at once. It Ik
usual to accopt n discount for cash.
Commissioner Pratt status that any
Insinuation of ciooked work ou tho
Wednesday February .
Hlmr Noiiiii, rpilersou, liom Ma
biikona and llnnnknn, 1 .10 n, in.
-. . . .
ban I'lanHsci. wllh mall, a n. in.
Hlmr Mlkahala, fltegory, tiom l.lo
rle and .Mnknwell. Iio n. m
uv.l,.n.lnv. Fehriiari- H
t). 8 rl. Alameila, Dowdcll, foi Sail
L-Mlila..! in f, ,tl
, Hnr xlu ',. Uemrtt tnr mmn.
((t(l .mtin l)IM)lli
Klmr. Claiidlnr. Parker, from Hawaii
and Maul potts, a. in
C.-A. H. H. Mlonern, Hemming, for
Victoria nml Vancouver, p. in.
Ktnir. Mlknhala, (Irrgor), for Kauai
ports, S p. m.
M. N. S. H. Knterprlse, Youugren, for
h V it K W ft R X ., X in ft, M A M U
f W ,H J iVKXgxfXKIIX M
Per Klmr. Mikahula, from Kanat
ports, l-'eb. ii, 1:3(1 n. in. Mlsa M
Cnii, Miss (!. A. Levy, W. tl. Smith,
(.. K. II. Baker. C. V. Baldwin. I-'.
Crawford, Miss I. .Tacobson, Nako
aha, J. II, Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. I J.
A. Kniidsen and child, Mrs. V. Kuiid
fen, Miss Until Knudsen, II. W.
Cillers, Jns. Morse, I.. Wright. M.
Morse, Dr. It. J. Wilkinson and 13
Per stnir. Noeau, from llaniakui
ports, l-'eb. 6, Minn Gieenlnaf, Mrs.
i Vn it -X- it it it it it
part ot either himself or tho Govern
or is too ridiculous to icqulrn an an
swer. Tho exchange was made, he
says, with thn Idea that tho Terri
tory would ho tho gainer I hereby,
and he Is confident thut It Is decided
ly a gainer.
Thn Ijinal lands wern not Increas
ing In valiiu. Thpy wprp rather de
preciating, mid there was no method
by which the Government could
keep them up. Thn property acquired
hy tho exchange, on thn other baud.
Is liable to Increase In value rather
than decrease. Mora Important than
that. It Is property that Is of Imme
As regards tho valuo of thn prop
orty, says the Lund Commissioner, thn
Territory has been assessing It nt
$114,000, and It would look rather
(trango for tho Government to go
hack on Its own assessment values
and claim that tho property Is worth
less that It has been making tho own
ers pay tuxes on for soma years.
"I can't see,' said -Mr. Pratt, "that
It makes any difference whether
those who offered the property In ox
change for tho l.anal lands got It for
less than Its valuo or not. That does
not affect tho real valuo ot tho land."
NO LOSS OF RENTS
(Continued trom Page 1)
Is much needed for tho sake of 'con
serving tho molsttiro on the slopes of
Tantalus. 'I here wuh danger that
tho trees on the property wculd he
cut down If It remained In private
hands. 8uchn contingency would
havo been very serious for proporty
holders on Mnhlkl plain. With the
Tantalus slope deforested, tbaen
would ho nothing to hold buck thn
flood waters created by tho heavy
tains that fall on Tantalus, and at
any time tho water might have como
down 1n such volume as to cause;
Within a short time a survoy of
tho Conoy estate property will In
mado by tho Hurvejor to dotermlnn
tho exact boundaries, and Korcstcr
llosmer will go over tho ground to
seo what part of It ha w.ants set asliln
for tho purposes of his department.
It will bu necessary to do bonis
thinning out ot the trees, us at prea
ml they are so thick that they havsj
no room to attain their full growth.
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