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by C. (J. ItOCKUS,
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foio me this until day of
tSUAI.l April. Anno Dnmllil,
P. II. Hl'UNUTTU,
Votary Public. Klrst Judlclnl Circuit.
IMtlh :r.. I0u7. i
will the Dim Kickers do
The more MiMiiuhlps Honolulu cmii
secure, the more prw'peiltv Its cltl
uns will enjoy.
May Spain's navv never grow less.
II hus the advantage of having nf
old-fashioned ships to throw away.
If all these bonding si hemes go
gflinmci In;; Hawaii run devote the
next two years to paying lu debts.
It is fortunate that questions arc ,
presented to the l.and Department, enough Into tho futuio nud realize
nen the people get the right or ll.'llio present with stllUclont Plearnesi
lio understand that In following a fn-
The Chilean negro who said he wan , klr his people are golni toward ruin;
150 yearn old when he died, might a man with courage of conviction to
Ot well have made it 2nn, nud thii" I lacr the stampede and check it.
first-class htory to tlnlsh off
Success for tho I'lonil Parado also
irowns the financial statement which
gives some Information on whom It Is
necessary to depend for boosting tho
Lot your hnmmei rest for a while!
The best wav lo make Honolulu
I tow Is lo as-dst In making tho an-
rlgnmeut ol ihu fleria lo this route 'i ,
Kenillnoss of Kan Francisco rail
way magnates to sell out may bo lu-t-plrod
by four of tirand Jury Investl
r.allons rather than threatened strike
( f employes.
Tho late Robert Wilcox ndvocat m
1'ederal control, i.nd many wlpi
loho lo condemn lilin bltlerly have
lived lo learn that ho was wise In
loro his time. !
Tho now low oi ncgotloblo Instru
ments does not vary tho regularity of
intorcsi-daies nor make It easier to
avoid an lioiiebt debt. Tho wonder Is
that It got through with to llttlo do
Late. Hiving killed tho teachers' pun
"Ion hill and the married luachers'
i"- ' bill, is II mil nosslble for the It'Zlsla.
tors lo get togtilmr on the appropri
ation foi miich-neodcil now school
Thoro Is likely to bo n strong cur
tent of public sentiment In fuorof
Spain when tho Hellopolls ni rives;
Irovldod Ihu udvunco notices am n
rloso to the truth us may ho reason
tWli Is slriiRgllug with Sunday
baseball. It Is hard for overyliod',
to believe thnt nn honest man tan
play baseball on Sunduy nud still l
. rollowci of the (loldun I til lo. We
doubi very much that hnsoball Sun
day afternoon will . Increase 1111"
crop of sinners.
Now tho appropriation for H
nnH'H College of Agrleulliiri) and Me
cliaulc Arts Is made, tha priililcniH of
progrose pass to tho Hoard of Ho
gents. In mimliig thesn iinportnnt
mcfrsjtho aovoyirtij.will.do welhl"! 1350 FpRTpT. near ORPHEUM.
?lti!!?ll"J-:LA.nH4Pl!.aiJt,i2B!iiffMi ' PHONE, .MAIN! 117. JiL'., .
'mm "Btnte University men mill bring 1
1 - men Into the list of netlvo work-
i Diiti't net the Iden Hint there
i' mi few workers for the puhl
uimil Unit it U necessary to doub
Their would lie some excuse for n'
'impede' demand thai n lluwnllnti
' ho understand local herbs tip nl-1
k.wed to trent disease, lip really I
might know wlint ho In tnlklug about i
. nd lertnlnly would hitvp enough alo-'
l.ii for Ihe people to wllhstund tln
ureed for notoriety nnd coin.
Cimmlsslonor Pratt's answer that
the Moloknn land" are In bo nponed i
to homenteadoiB li short nud to tho ;
"-lni. All that's left of the Molok ,
nil Ik the memory of the small boy I
of the part) who placed Ills thumb'
5 "I'on hl nose and extended his Iln-j
jo'iem Juki as the photographer foi
2.00 '"The friend" snapped the group. II I
1 1 in not known whether this, latterly
I "roved, characteristic fpature was t
j what caused "The Friend" to embli-i
1 xon the photograph on Its outsldo
A 1'ITIFUL RECORD.
The irjlng pity of tho Wnllnch fu
iiie Ik Ihe lack of courage shown by
iiu'ii wlme education nnd enllghtcn
iient leaves thorn with no doubt of
Ihe utter folly to which tho crowd If
These men know Ihe man Is n fa-1 JJ
klr. for he has confessed It. Yet
thoy bow to a" hue nnd cry which Is
.ncithlnc If not one of those curious
Mumpeiles to which hiimun nature at i
times gives wey Tr.nt Is the most
I'harltahle wav of putting It.
The day will come whon the man
who could not stand for common
i-um and Intelligence, though tho
imv.-d howled, will I held up lu
ont, nud Hie mol will howl him j
inwu foi his coward Ire. morons rcmarlis on Chilsllan Sclent o
The day will come when the exhl- wrllten nboiil four years ago by
l Itlon made by the Legislature will I Mark Twain, nud at that time an
l.e quoted 'by oucuilcs of tho Hawaii-, awerctl in the mug.tzlno In which
.ins and these enemies nrn always tit they appeared. Having once heel
work, though they mny not oporat? ' disposed or, it would baldly bo worth
ieiily. In bolster their attacks. Tho! while to take any notice of this old
cxpecld will happen If some of those n.ntter. but for the fact that Mr.
now coertly ursliig the Wnllach fol-ioiemeus has taken ndvnnlage of a
ly on. In a very slioit lime turn their tlmo when other efforts lo mlsrepre
(oat and ring the changes on this In- c,,nt christian Sclenco arc calling (ho
cldcnt as an evidence of "what Amor- attention of tho publlo lo this sub-
Menu government In Hawaii Is uiMJect In a marked degree. However.
"," "" ' ,, , ,. ,
i'j iiie iiuwiiiuiii-.tiiiericiiui imiiii
mr a iiiomeni iiiai ine men wuo ua-.o
iitt.uKed them In the past, rnllwl
Iheni aliorlglne, and snld nnthlni;
buoiI of thejn oxcept when fnvtm
were wanted.' that Uioso people bne
nnde, gon. n change'of hea. t?
p.. ii Hi. iiu,rleiui h,iwi.h,ii, i
Ca. lie Ame, lean Haw. Ian It-
lleie iiui the wnllacli incident will
i.it lir a v. e.itMin lu the hands of their
i r.eiili ' when dealing wllh such ni'ii
as v 111 in,: kp up tho Congressional
The man of the hour Is the Amerl-
iiin-llawallan louder, who can seo far
ij here rn-n men In tho Legislature win
I will ne !iiiilJK1911ltt lui iiii-ii 11I1II1UI1
I vote In six months and praying th)
i public to forget It two years hence.
I Poihnpx tho public will foigel, and
I.erhapa It will not. The lederal gov
1 1 niacin will not forget.
Political oppoitunlsni l all right
lu lt' place. Situations tometlmes
rls :i In a Terrlioiy that call for
e man of put : lot li- luuingc.
lr3Zw IN4UVM3 AiSlH.
Ileal Estate -Bept,
' h .
We offer for sale for a few days'
a beautiful home on JIauoa Heights!
with all modern imDrovcmcnts. Snlcn-!
.11.1 .Hn.jn -.l . -!.. -.1 rl-.ll
uiu u.uijnc ctJiu iiiuuiimui view, uoou
stables, shade and fruit trees. Lot
3 50:: 200. A few minutes' walk from
car-line. Only 750.00 in cash re
ouired. If j ou arc looking for a home at a
bargain, you cannot niford to miss
ibis chance. Call and sec us before
it is too late.
Henrv WalorhDUse Trust Co,. LtJ,
Corner Fort cn1 Merchant Sts
JOHN M. DAVIS,
' iii-'rK -wv-'
ti m - icr- :-i
r' nt the time th
!;;TRENT & COJSS-
To Let Furnished
a bedroom hoitso In Mnklkt
district, mosquito proof, gus,
completely furnished 135.00.
At Wnlklkl, 5 bedrooms $60.
I bedroom houso in toun, cor
ner King and ltlchards streets,
completely furnished, livery
thing In best of condition.
Small cottage In rear. Also
fccrvnnls' quarters. $05.00.
TRENT & CO.
ii liio mm
' oooo::oo:to::ooKOM i
The following icsponrc to Mark
Twnln'n l.nnk on rlirlstl.ui Science
was pie'ired by Alfred Knrlow, head
cf the Christian Sclenco Publication
i Committee. It is published by re-
An attempt Is being made to offer
tho public, as new matter, some hu-
!a w.tiirisins win naruiy ne tai.cn
Those who Iliav read Ills scoff ntlor n flili.nman named Ah Son Slue to
,, tsent treatment will Inevitably bo escape nrrost on a charge of gambling,
.plnni0l that tho Pounder of Chris- he U now l)TiiRln the hospital dying.
t Innltv gae sovei-il examples of heal-1 Yesterday afternoon AssUlnirt Chief
,,. kl,riniv thmiph nbsonl from!"' letor-ilveH l.tal raided a L'hlncsu
j H" " ' c ,d a,,,!V''llU ,'" ",'.U l,"pnV;B,"r' '""",-
.'nnein, tioiniil) tiic case ill mo ,,, nt jia . juncllou. Tho gaiuo was
., borVMIll. Any ,m(. n, 1,, ()I , , ,.,, 8(r). ,, ,
jr,r,,.,imr) win, ChilMian Sclenco Chliinmaii ran from tho room In which
ould know that Ills absurd version
or an absent treatment has no conn-
icnnrt In nctuil practice
icrp.irl Hi i iicu.ii praiti.e
Maik Twain seems to think that
Christian Scientists are not charita
ble. Modem scientific philanthropy
recognises that tho best charily
t thill which enables the recipient to
idlspeiiFo with charity. Christian
i Science nlius to lift Its adherents
i hove tho nbject plane where they
I are dependonl upon others, either bo
liuuse of physical Incapacity or men
tal Inability. At tho tlmo this criti
cism of Mark Twain first appeared,
lour years ago. It was nnnwered as
follows in u Now York magazine:
"In helping others to escape from
Hie bondage of poverty, Christian
Scientists are dally performing a
'i . , - .. ..... .. .., i...
! K" !". ""mner oi iii-in oi ciniiiiy
' '..nicii are mr ine auowicugo oi giver
I uml icclplenl alono. It does not oc
cur lo tlieni to tubulate these acts
'and furnish reports of tliom to I lie
I i.uhlle, nor does the Christian Selcliro
denomination Issue any bulletin of
1 these qc!s."
1 Mail, Twain Iiiib something lo say
i Have YOU been waiting for a pair of
Wc have them now; the KAYSER
GLOVES, the kind that wear.
Wo have the 20-button length in
Black and White, and the lG-button
length in Black, White and Colors.
Wc also have a full lino of short
;;1ovm in both Silk and Lisle in Black
White and Colore.
about tho finances of Christian Scl-1
' once. Ills comments wern nnswere'd'
nt the time they were first made, and
from the reply made nt
Thnt tho business nf-,
Christian Science deiiom-'
'lunllon arc on n sound financial foot
1 Iff, Is conceded. In thcro nny fniilt
,to find 'Willi thnt? Is It. not rather a
I welcome mark of slnblllty and good
j faith that thjs denomination can
I meet all of lis liabilities as they
ciow, can erect Its own churches,
nr.d nt Its own cost maintain freo
leading looms nnd free lectures, to
v lilch the public have ncrcss without
charge? Is It not n virtue thnt It
needs no fairs, bazaars, etc., and
Unit none of Us churches nre dedl-
tated until paid for?" "TheroFWCrs lo tho questions propounded InJ
ih in, uiruui mni nxecuiiru mm urno- Senate llciolullon No. 37, Introduced
ncss skill arc needed to manage that,y Mnkckau:
iiHnlr of so great nnd active nn or- . "What hns been ilnno to tho
panlKitlon. hut because success at- nd3, that were onre nwarded to tho
lends this management. Is It neccs
i.ary to call tho denomination a
'trust"? All religious denominations
Mipcnlso the Instruction of their
tiachcrs and license their clergymen.
Vltpy owe this to the public as well
ns to themselves. Such restrnlns aio
'Ustilled by general opinion In tho
asc of nil denominations. Why
-liould anyone consider them an
M'irka of a "trust" when nppllcd by
X St. . H ( Jt It A H K K H K ft V K )t
" . HONOLULU WEATHER X
; ;( 2( K K K M n M X f V x n
Toinipciutuies 0 it. in., fit; S a. m.,
! Iu " "' " """"' '" '"'
Ilarometcr, S a.1 in., 30.0G; absolute
humidity. 8 it. m., 3.701 grains per
cubic foot: relative humidity, 8 n. m.,
U7 per cent : icw point, 8 n. in., CO.
Wind B a. in., velocity 1, direction
X. K : s a. in., velocity 10, direction
N. 12.: 10 n. in., velocity 11, direction
N. 12.: noon, velocity 10. direction N. 12
italnfaU during 21 houra ended 8 n
in., .on Inch.
Total wind movement clurln."; 21
huurs ended at noon, 29.1 miles.
WJI. 1l. STOCKMAN.
?ectlon Director. U. S. Weather Uurenii
As the result of the frantic attempt
they wcro playing, to tho roof, in an
thcy wcro playing, to tho roof, In mi
attempt to escape.
Atl S,1,fi ll"lllJIlt ,llnl '" Jtiinplin: I
hom ()io )()()r (u tUo mvll, wch 1 1,
Jco8 f. , ,
wquld be ablello make his escape
Ihiough a roiini on the second floor
Island made the attempt. When ho land
ed on the awning ho missed his footing
nud fell, rolling off tho awning to tho
irect below, where ho lay seriously
injuied. He as Immediately removed
to the hospital, where ho Is now raid
to be dylii".
The Suppino Court this morning,
(onDrmlnt; lis oial opinion, III the rase
in' S. M. Damon, J. (). Carter, W. (I.
Smith, A. W. Carter and 12. l'nxon
lltshop, iruslces under tho will ot I!.
P. Illshop, derenscd, vernus Honolulu
riaul.iilou Comiaity. The iicllou was
for lent nnd was submitted ou agreed
I acts. The Court gives Judgment for
the plaintiff for J270G.UI nnd costs.
Tho syllabus sums up tho matter com
prehensively. It says:
Uiudlord and tenant tensing land
on sluueol stignr iinuiially pioduecd,
I'nder a lease made October 1, lS'JS,
to rummi'iien .laniiary 1, 1000, provldch
for a rental of UVi per cent, of tho
gross amount of Hiignr annually pro
duced on Hie premises, tho laud being
subject meanwhile to mi outstanding
liaso which was unsigned to tho lessee
on Juno 7, 1SIS, tho lessors nro entitled
ns rent for lliOli lo their proportion of
i.ug:ir produced from cano grown on
tho hind, which cano was harvested in
.March, April and May or 1'JO'i, although
cultivated for u period of from nineteen
to thirty-one months prior thereto.
W. C. T. U. MEETING
On Tuesday afternoon tho W. C.
T. r. hold Ha regular monthly meet
ing. The failure ot tho local option hill
to p'JHS was tho subject that called
fni'tll limeli illuenuelrin frnni Hint
body. Hov. W. I). Westorvolt. who
h..s worked nncenslnclv for tho lias-
fncH nf tho MIL inn rin thn nrlnftn:il
ftdih nsrt (if thn (1'iv
John .Mai tin. tho ncont of tilt,
Mil l-Sn loon League, followed Mr.l"1'1- 1!,0,i' wo Published a llvo-col-We.stervclt.
conohorating Ills nluto-1 '"" llst "r "valliiblo lauds, totaling
menu and Indomlng tho position hoi"'1 '"'0il "vcr 500.000 hitch.
had taken. j Hi. "Homestead Lot 15, Piiuana-
Mrs. Whltnoy, tho President of tho
W C T. P., Is preparing her regular
report, which will shortly bo given
to the public.
WANTS HER FREEDOM
Ahblo Manawa hns applied for a
ill voice from. her husband K, I,. Statui
ton. She alleges that tho llhellee has
failed to pinvldo her with tho necessl
ties of life, and that ho dcucrtcd 1ml
i .... . ,
Land Commissioner Pratt yesterday
font lo tho Senate the following nu
MolokaiiR on Untinl?"
Ans.: The land Is being cut up
". "Wore they leased hack to tho
plantation or not?"
Aus.: The old HO yenrs' Crown
lease docs not expire until May 1st,
IflOT. No now lease Issued,
3. "Did nny Hawaiian or Portu
guese apply for these lands and wcro
ignored or refused?"
Ans.: Several petitions nre on lllo
ro this land, nnd the fact that wo nro
now culling up the laud Is ovidenco
Hint they nro neither ignored or re
fused. I. "Aro there nny Oovernment
lands on Kauai cnltahle for home
steading or to bo taken up under tho
nisoclntlnn system now under tho
control of the plantation, nnd lenses
nbout lo expire?"
Ami.: The lands of Annholo nnd
I'.nmalomalo will ho available when
cron conio off. Cost of Irrigating this
laud stands In way of liomesteadlng
11. Have no applications for It.
i. "Is theio nn unleaded hecllon of
the land of Puiianahulii containing
nn urea or "1.000 acres?"
Ans.: t'nlcascd section or Piiuann
hulii amounts In urea to 71,1",
li. "Is the whole or this property
reserved iir rorest rcsprvo or not?"
Ans.; No pnrt of this Is covered
by reserve under our present law.
Have heard, however, that a portion
was couriered to bo Informally rc
ervetl sonio years ago. Superintend
ent or Forestry proposes to Inspect
tho land at early dato and recommend
a definite reserve.
7. "If so, whnt right has Robert
Hind, Jr., to nfo a portion of this
land for pasturing his cattle?"
Aus.: Mr. Hind has been granted
no rights on any portion of tho land
other than tho K',000 acres leased to
l,li ...! I.' n Inn. .iMcltir- iqoc r,.i-
S. "What authority has Hind got
ir constructing a division fence on
this land for pasturing his cattle cer-
lain months In tho year?"
No authority, ns stated
!). "How much Is ho paying ror this
Ans.: Ho Is paying nothing ex
cept his recorded rentals.
10. "Ik there n petition In your
bauds rrom some Hawaiian applying
for eerlnln portion of this land til
Piiuinahiilii near Kcnuiunku, under
the association plan?"
Ans.: A copy or a petition receiv
ed on Feb. 10 th last Is attached here
to. Iteiiulred Information has not
been furnished. If everything Is lu
order, work can bo done at same
tlmo survey party goes to Walmea
lilfh will bo during coming sum
mer If appropriations for surveys
11. "if mi, has It been attended
Ans.: As above.
12. "How long wcro tho lands of
Pntinhl and Kumokti on tho Inland of
Hawaii In the hands of tho Govern
ment before they wero Biib-lenscd to
tho P.ukor ranch?"
Ans.: Theso lands havo nover
been held under lenso. During Keb
ruiiry, 1898, a coiidltlnnnl lcaso ol
Pauahl was bold, hut novor delivered,
IS. "Why wcro not theso lands nd
vcitlbcd for liomesteadlng or under
tho association plans hoforu holng
finally put up lo miction under
Ans.: The advertisement of thn
pioposcd salo or lcaso states that
"tho (loverniucnt rcsorves thn. right
to resume possession, nt any Jlme, of
such portions as may ho required for
1 1 uml in. "Was thcro any attempt
made lo show to tho public that
thoto lands wero available?" "Was
thorn any attempt mudo to show tho
'"'ljl! f(."' hoiucstoailliiB '' tho
OMiciuuon plan lor mo uimi m iNie
now leased to the Parker
'4"': ' ,llc A.ivoruscr in Jttiy
"Ulii. "'us originally In Mcln Kula-
pi's iihiiio. I'or what reason was this
land takou away from her? If thcro
is any correspondence between tho
Uepaitmcul of Public Lauds and par
ties regarding this land plcaso havo
Aus : Homestead Lot No. 15, Pun-
laiiahiilu. was inner
hold by Melu
Knhinl. This lot has been held slnco
Aug. I, 11103. under Cerllllrnto of
Occiinatlnn No. 51. Third Land Ilk.
ROYAL HAWAIIAN HOTEL
THE ONLY TROPICAL HOTEL IN HONOLULU.
Meals served out of doors on large semi-circle verandas. The only
first-class hotel in Honolulu that serves on the American plan.
AMERICAN PLAN DINNER, $1.00.
Meals served American or European plan.
H. BEWS, Mgr.
A dance on arrival of Alameda oicurrins every three weeks.
CREAM PURE RYE
AMERICA'S FINEST PRODUCTION
Ricli and Mellow
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS
502-904 NUUANU STREET.
error, Sub-agent T. C. White accept
rd an application fee for this lot,
while on ti trip or Inspection nnd, af
ter looking tho matter up, had to re
turn the fee. Copies or correspond
ence enclosed herewith. Mr. Whtto
miHwcicfl my letter of Kebrunry fill
verbally nnd was instructed to mnho
matters clear to Miss Knhinl when ho
again visited Puiianahiilu.
17. "Aro there any (lovcriiment
lauds In the District or Kohahi suit
able for liomeslcadtng or under tho
Ans.: About 700 acres rut up Into
lots arc available nt this time. By
reason of expiration of lenses much
more will bo ready for tho surveyors
during tlirs year. '
18. "If so, why aro they not adver
tised and made l;novn to the pub
lic?" Ans,: All tho lots formerly opened
have been advertised. I'lfleen lots ut
Kahel arc being ndvcrtlscd ut this
tlmo, Othotii will ho ndvcrtlscd utter
they aro surveyed.
111. "(lovernnient land at Walmea.'
Hawaii, known ns tho Ileadlo land,
was promised to the HawnllniiH to be
opened out to homcslcnds by (invent
or Carter. I'or whnt reason was
this recalled?" ,
Ans.: This land has not been "re
called." Appropriations exhausted
before tho surveyors could get to thu
land. It Is one of the first pieces pro-,
posed to bo opened under tho new ap-l
10. "Is tho Parker ranch using this1
Innd, mid what rental aro they pay
ing?" Ans.: Tho land is not fenced,
thcreforo It may be a fact Hint Pin
ker ranch nnd everyone cNe In, Ka
mucin uses It.
21. "Whnt arrangement was
made. If any, wllh John T. llakcr In
icgnrd to tho laud of Pllhouua, us a
forest reserve?" .
Ans.: I know ot no arrangement
or this nature.
22. "The lease on tho land of Ku
ohe ::r,,nilil notes, lo the Kiikatnu
Plantation Company expired last
Fcptsmbor. lias this laud been re
leased?" Ans.: No.
23. "If tint, for whnt rcahon was It
withhold nud not advertised for
homestead or under an association
plan, or sub-leased?"
Ans.: Lands urn not ndvcrtlscd for
rettlcmenl purposes ttiiiy cut up Inlo
lots. Tills laud Is not cut up. Tho
Superintendent of I'orestry hopes lo
nrrnngo for re-rorestlng a good por
tion or It. Thu balance wilHio avail
eblo for settlement or conditional
21. "The lands ol Kuniooa nnd I'm
ro, containing nn men or 12,5)1(1
acres, expires April 2,', 1007. Has
anyone applied lor any nt this prop
erty ror homcsteadliiB or under the
Ans.: On Fob. 2 lib, 190.', a peti
tion with twenly-llvo signatures wiu
lecclvcd, nsklng that this laud bo cut
up Into lots or l.'u to 200 uires each.
The petitioners wern nnsworcd that
tho land wus being occupied under
a lease which would not oxplro until
April, 11)07. Copy of petition en
25, "Thn lease of tho laud ot Ka
papula on tho Island or Hawaii ex -
plrc-i July 1st, 11)07. Whnt dlsposl-
Hon does tho fiovorninont Inlend In
dividing this land lor tho hunellt of
Ans.: Wo havo arrived at nn doll
tilto decision regarding tho future of
this land. Tho matter ((Minder con
sideration ut this time.
21!. "lias miyono nppllcd for tho
renowal of tho leaso or tho land
known as Hiimuiila, Island or Ha
Aus.: Khun Low has hied an ai
plication for a conditional lease
about 50.0U0 acres of tho total lul
.i00 acres, and (Jul. Sam Parkor has
Kilted that ho also would fllo an ap
plication. A copy of Mr. Low's ap
j Mention and the answer lo Baiuo. uro
27. "If so, what terms and condi
tions nre offered?"
Ana.: Sen enclosed loiter from K.
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