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iffilT n - - RVKN'lNG nUI.LETI. HONOLULU, T. It., TUESDAY, OCT. 19. 1 009. .-- .
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TEXT OF LAND
' An l-i'ii) In inspect of which nm
of tlif fn 'iiIiik tiriitliiimi rhall bo
Untitled duill forthwith Ki foiTollo I
mid rcmme tlu stntiis nf public land
mill mm be recou'rel by llio Tcnl-
tun m Us siicceBHirs in mi nruoti oi
ff ! t ncics In area, shall Iio made villi
mil the npprowil ut two thirds uf n
lio.irtl appointed iih pioldcd In section
clRlU.v,of "l,s cl- nni' ""," "l0 ''s'
Mature otherwise pi o ides said hoard
shall consist of six members nntl Its
iMirtmeiit or other nppinprlatti p'i- members lit- nppolnted for terms of
c I.iiki. And non compliance with lour enr.
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r ilu terms or nny sum cerniicaie m minis mu iwufwhuii, mc nun
1 y STRICT TERMS NAMED IN , ,..tB r agreement ur of Hie law up minimi ot the Territory shutl here-
l ttmt evrvrntl nvrlWW APT pile title thereto, Hull wirK n rorieu iiurr ' uiuinmcii uy me ei iiwiuii
f Uli.L i.LUUJ UitUA.lll, Alyl. m(j )f iMit lUvlnmUr ,,,, ol,0 lT. ,.XTO,,t such us thiill be ;'cl llti-le
' the commissioner, with tli(? appnnnl nt lor piilillo purposes ns heiclii.iftci pin-
i the i;overnnr with or without lei' j ldeil; nil sales mill other itlt.pojlll'JU'1
lots ti Fe Drawn nail Extensive .)rceB!li m,tice demand or pr-Uom'of touch land shall li nuiie ! tho
'- Utf.liResl to be liiaac as 10 mury, 0 rotuke iiowmkIoh nnd thre- koiumUsloner or inuler hi illrcclloii
i'iinru ni ,'nnnin Tit inirn lilt ' . . . . .. .i. &.. ti-....i.i i ' e... i.t. i. ......... ir iiniutn.n.1.
"'! w ...,.v w ..- w .. . y (loieriiunc iiu t'siaie; rmutiui, i mr mwi ifuii-im; h I'.M.-a.j,..
. Government Laud.
That the tinir limited for coini Ihnce
with any snf H terms ni iv be evtended
iiy tho coninil'sloner. with such up
HliO' Orgtnlo Act U In f.iil a follnwB. I umval iiikiii Its npiiMrlmt tlmt nn ef-
".Xn pereon dial) hureafter bp en ; lort has bopn made In (?id fnlth I"
ltllo.1 to ircclvo nn ccrtiMcato of oe .comply therewith.
ftlpatli'D, right o: ,miehiie lonso enh "TJio penims entitled to take under
fiwIioM ameum.-ni. or .4u!al 1io:im nnv such ccrtlfleato, lenne or siKree
Stend nKDuneni. who or wli.io Imr I"""1 nny he ilatei mined by drnwliu'.
Im..,i n, if. .i..tii t.rv!i.i!-tv'l,aTU i ik ior lot. alter public notice ns herein-
if mi nr iini.i nnv li-iul imiiAr nnv sin b niter i)inlded: mill nny lot not Inker.
' cortlflrnto lease, or iwrecnicnt he e j m- taken an 1 forfeited, or nny lot or
' after mnrtt or tssiiBd. or under nny , I'1"! theicr.f siirreiu'ered wll.i the con
Nt- 1,i,..lnil,.n,1 li.n nr milnlll linke,l till . FCllt llf the. COlllllllSsllincr, Which Is
W Oit; or who or whoso husband or wife hei-eby nuthorlied may ha dluposed of
h or both of lliem. ehnll then own other li application nt not lens tlun the
land In Hie Teirllory tilo combine 1 1 mlveitiKil price iiy un siicn rerm-W.-n
ni which anil the land lit mies-1 Icato. 1eae or ai;i-eenieiil without fur
ilnn ..v,.,.,.,!,. ni.fi.ii- ..r.i: nr win. I. , tiler iiolke. The notice of nny sale
'lintWIlf; or niioillieui oi pui.iii; uum
i.hall be bv puli.lciilloii for a period of
not less limn sixty days In one or more
liespaier8 of ucnernl clrrul.illon pub
lished In the Territory.
"The cntiinilssloncr, with the hp
provnl of the Gmurnor. may nlvo to
any poison who has, or who and whoso
piedeci'PMirs In Interest hae, lin
p;oed any parrel of public bind and
icslded thereon not less than ten
eajs Immediately piecedlnr, the date
of nppllcHlon u preference rIKlil to
purchase so much of such paicel mid
ftsch ndJolnlnK land ns may teason
ably be required for a hamo nt n fulr
price to be determined by thiee dlsln
tcrested pcroni, nppolnted by the (lov
ernor In the determination of which
pilee tho value of Inipiou'inents shull,
when ilceineil Jusl n'ud reasonable, be
"The conmilsBlouer may also, with
such npprnvnl. Is.uie, for a namlnnl
cenclderatlon, to nnV church or rellK
loiii crsuiilziitliiii or peraon or persons
er corixirntlnn representing It. a patent
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l& Of a patent, to or by or for the lieneiit ' tor nny parcel m imuiiu eiuu u;i-ii..u..
nil alien, unless lie Ins declared Ills
intention in become u citizen of the
ITnlled States as provided by law: nnr
(ball nny person who. Ii.'n lnti eo ile
clardl his Intention, shall hereafter
(nko or bold under nny such certif
icate, lease or agreement, continue so
nil bold or become entitled to n home
reteiid lease or patent of the Ian 1 un
less Iih shall have become a citizen
. It ttltt Ilvc-ourfl after so taking.
"No laud for which uny.such certlf
ietto. lease or nci cement Rboll here
filler bo. Isstiod. or nnv part Iheren!
fir Interest therein or control thereof,
Minll. without llio written ciin"ent of
Uip cominlRsloner mid bo ernor. there
after whether before or after a home
r.lcad leace or patent has been Imitei'
tlicienn. be or be contracted to ba In
nny wny, dlrecly or Indirectly, by pro
cess of law or otherwise, convejed,
ntiirtKiRvil, loared or otherwise trans
forred to or acquit cd iu- held by or for
tile benefit ot nny alien' nr corporation,
or, before or nfler the Issuance of n
boniostead lease or beforoHholssiunce
Of a patent, to or by or for the benefit
ot any utber iiorsnn: or. after the Is- J c.mtlnumiily for not less than ten
sinnco of a patent, to or by or for the , years heretofore mill still occupied by
lienoflt of nny person who owns, holds' It ns n church situ under the laws of
.. nnlmld .llrnolli. f.r ln,ttl-f.rllV lll!lPr , 1 laWnll.
ii i.i ,. .!,. n,rot ii, nnm'iinnil "N'o sale for other than homestead
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Kki- .. i.ii. n...i tl.o lnn.l In i.iinvtlnn inlmriyes nntl no oxcltiinRc. by WHICH
Kfr , rvreeds etchtv ncres: Provided that , the Territory shall convey land ev
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tbee piohlbltlons shall not app'y toirecdlns elllier tony ncres 111 area or
land limy Iim trausferrol to his de
pnrtmcut fi mil nny othel nv,iartiiicnt
by illtcctlon nf tho tlnvern-r, p.iM tli
patents and deeds of siioh land shall
Issue from the omco of llio comnils
tinner, who shall countersign tho saint,
and keep n record thereo'. Lands
conveyed 1" Hie Teirllory In eie'nns1)
for other lands that lire subject to tho
land laws of Hawaii ns nmi"i'Vd bv
this Art, shnll, except J.t i-lherwlse
ptovlded, hnvo the snme status and bo
subject tn such laws ns I' llmv had
prelnusly been public landj of lla
wall. All orders setting a.'lde linds
Tor forest or other public purposes or
withdrawing the same, shnll bo undo,
by the (lovernnr, nnd Inn U while so
set ns.ble for such purpos" may e
tnaniiged ns may be piovlded by the
laws of tho Territory. Tin coumils
Floner Is hereby nuthori.: I to per
form any and all acts, preset lb Mw
or oaths, and. with tho npntnl ot the
Governor nnd said Hoard, iiiulto midi
rules nnd regulations ns may bu ncc-
esinrv nnd ptoper for the ptirpr.si of
carrying tho proUslona of this section
and tho land laws of Itnwnl. Into full
force nnd effect "
GR. WILCOX WILL
' SPEAK ON TRIP
The fcnJure of tomorrow after
noon's meeting of tho Chamber of
Commeicc nt 3 o'clock will bo the
nddresB of I)r. K. J. Wilcox. Ills
speech will embrace a history of his
recent lilp abroad, and he will also
gho some Interesting datn on the
glowing of cotton which he ..ns wit
nessed In different countries. Not
only tho members, but everybody In
terested In tho commercial welfare
of Hawaii should attend this meeting.
Austin's now book Is entirety of
nroso: there are thoso who do Bay and
transfers op acquisitions by Inherit-, IUe thousand dollars In value, nnd ,bellco tbat "Al" was neer much on
atice or between tenants In common no lease of nRrlcii)liiral land execo ling poetry. IlulTnlo Times.
TWO WEEKS' SPECIAL'
Commencing Saturday, Oct. 16, 1909
WE MUST HAVE ROOM FOR OUR HOLIDAY
GOODg! Our Stock of holiday goods is now
on the road and will soon be here. In order to make
room we are forced to dispose of our regular stock at
prices that will interest every conservative buyer.
At the prices mentioned below the stock will
move rapidiy, and if you wish to take advantage of
BE SENSIBLE AND SEE US EARLY
75 doz. MEN'S QOIF SHIRTS $0.50 & $0.75
1 lot MEN'3 GOLF SHIRTS $1.00 & $1.25
1 lot BAL3RIGAN UJIDERSRIRTS 50c
1 lot WHITE D31LL ELASTIC SEAM DRAWERS 50c
TO Close Out.
33c each, 3 for $1.00
35c each, 3 for $1.00
35c each, 3 for $1.00
Big Offer of Genuine Panama Hats
Eczular 0.00 & $7.50 To close at $3.50 & $4.50
GO new styles fancy G INGHAMS in plaids, stripes and plain ;.
, , , t Regular 10c. To close at 15 yds for $1.00
ON ORGANIC ACT
ARE MADE PUBLIC.
'Proposed Amendments Which Spe
cial Session of Legislature May
Soon Be Called Upon to Con
sider. Tho tentnttvo dtnlt of tho bill np-
proved by the conforenco that Ins
had six mectlnps In tho office of Gov
ernor Ft car. embollng amendments
to the Oignnlc Act has Anally been
hinde public. The deliberations of tho
confctcnco hnve been conducted In n
manner that prevented any authorltn-
tlvo account of Its actions from be
coming public during the discussions,
n fact which naturally lends added In
terest to the sampb- bill that has been
approved by the conference ns pos
sessing many advantages and tho few
est, pobslblo faults.
Tho official explanation of the pro
visions of the hill, which a special scs
nlon of the Legislature may bo called
upon to consider mil prepared by
(lot ernor Frcar Is ns follows:
Tho Organic Act of tho Territory
was passed ncmly ten ears ago. In
tho light of Its practical working dur
ing this period and tn view ot changing
conditions. It has been a question,
moro or less discussed, for several
years whether a general revision or nn
amendment of the Act In a number ot
particulars ought not to bo mado In
order to meet present requirements.
A bill for this puroso wns dually
Introduced In Congress nenry n year
ago, u nil has 'since been altered from
time to time In detulls as tho result of
discussions In the committees of Con
gress and various bodies In Hawaii.
Tho latest form proposed for tho
bill Is that recommended by n rcsolu
lion adopted by the Houso of Repre
sentatives at the Inst session of the,
Leglslnttiro with Borne nlteratolns
mado as a result of further discussion
nnd circumstances that have occuned
These alterations aro mainly of
form, although Ihcro nro several of
substance. They havo been made
thlefly for greater simplicity, clear
ness, dcflnlteitcss nnd the elimination
of parts moro subject to influences of
opinion, but nleo partly for better car
tying out tho general purpoies of the
The present draft Is only tentative.
While, from the very nature of a bill
of this kind, nlniuvt anyone would natural)-
think otichanges that might bo
mado In It every time hu rends It, nn
attempt has been made (o put It In
such fo'im as will (1) be for tho best
Interests of the TeirlH.ry. (2) meet
tho views of fts laige a number of tho
peoplo ns possible, and (3) be most
likely to pass Congress, All these
things must he consldeied In prepar
ing a bill of this kind.
(Continued on Pace 10)
OPERA HOUSE TONIGHT.
(Jet ready to langh and Inugh
while you have the opportunity. The
chnnco of a decade will be given to
night at the Opera House when the
Armstiong & Verne Company will
mnko Its Ilrst appearance In Hono
lulu. Thcso peoplo are strictly mak
ers of fun. They aro creators of
amusing situations nnd they have
moro funny sayings than any com
edians appearing hero In a long
time. Tho San Krnnclsco llulletln
Bays of Armstiong nnd Verne:
"Tom Armstrong and Prlscllla
Verne, billed us an Australian com
edy duo, kept tho audience In n roar.
Armstiong has the most original lino
of remarks the season has produced
and his songs aro great. And how
ho can dance. Miss Verne Is of the
Marie IJiesscr stamp, and she scored
also. It Is one of the best teams
that has visited tho coast In years."
Seats for tho performance nt the
Opera House nre on sale nt the Ilerg
sttom Music store, nnd ns they nro
In demand the advice of tho man
agement Is to "buy now."
mmWrGm M tt f kmm0jWmWr,M
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FOR WHOOPING COUGH. CROW.
ASTHMA. COUCHS, BRONCHITIS. SORE
TllkOAT. CATARRH. DIPHTHERIA
Vporlld Cf.tol.il. '"Pi ',P""'M
fbooi. Oath. fcwi-dir.iw .t-iovp rinnol
MM .1 Cot J, I .foe. lh JCM ihlMl d 'lJI Ifct
cnitlb ll i b t " l""" AMm
Cr.ral.n l l'",''l rm!,i''. ,c"j "ol"
.. . .lit. .nd pirwnln.. in nlii dirMiM
Cr.iot.n.'. brit trcumiiMnditioa l ! Uiirty
yt.rl d luctttnui .
F.r Sib ty H PnnUil
SnJI'o-ltl or DrKffp.
Tlira.t , T.bl.U. tim j '
.iid looininf to, In. II
tt.fttMl lhro.1 lOe.
Tk. V.pi CcimUm C.
IU F.hra !lrl,
Nn Ink Clly.
Local and Coast
Lester l'etrlo Is doing good work
with his benutlfitl R. M. V. car, and
one day last week lie look a turty of
four tip for a trip to tho fall. Tho
machine ran up the grade with tho
greatest of ease, nnd the throb ot
the engine wirs ns even nnd easy iih
n watch. Tho popular Tele In hav
ing n good tlmo with his cur nnd ul
rcady has developed Into a first-class
The von Hamm-Yoiing garngo
shipped n Cadillac baby tonneau by
the Manna Kca this noon. Tho car,
which Is a beautiful specimen of tho
well-known make. Is Intended for W.
McKay of tho Inter-Island Company.
Manager Hodge reports things ns
very busy In tho repair shop and also
that the dciiinnd for Pochards Is unabated.
Ur. Falrweatber, who returned
from tho coast on the Alameda,
found his Chalmers-Detroit car wait
ing for him nt tho Associated gar
age. It Is a line car and tho popu
lar dentist Is much pleased with It.
Tho Schuman garage Is expect
ing more K. M. V. cats In tho near
future, and they hale all been al
From tlcm to tlmo tho local cus
toms houso becomes n depository for
n wide nnd picturesque assortment
of unclaimed articles, such as gen
eral meichnndlse as well as baggage
and personal effects. There nre n
lot of odds and ends now awaiting
disposal ut the customs warehouses.
Somo of tho merchandise has remain
ed unclaimed for the past year.
An miction of unclaimed goods
will bo held at the customs houso on
tho morning of October 28. Perish
ablo goods which hnve accumulated
there up to September 30 will bo dis
posed of.nt tho Eame time.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 258.
'iitcin Kditnml Room Phow 188
Bids for the opening up of new
streets on the Waialae side of Kai
muki. Call and sec us for full particulars.
Kaimuki Land Co.,
Booms 37 and 38 Young Bldg.
A. l C, and BED SEAL GINGHAMS Regular 12VsjC. To close at Oo
SKIRTINGS PRINTS, New Patterns, big variety .To dose at 4Vio a yd
AM0SKEAG FLANNELETTES, Plain and Fancy To close at Oo a yd
Wc have also red uccd nil other goods in our Gents' and Ladies Furnishing Goods and
Shoe Departments to correspondingly low prices.
GIVE US A CALL, if you are in for economy.
Yee Chan & Go.
Corner King and Bethel Sts.
Oct. 13. rrank L. Onmes, dwelling,
Oneoii St., COO.; Chns. O. SyU ester,
dwelling, Ilanlwal St., S400.
Oct. 10. W. Lnssen, dwelling 8th
Avenue, $200(1.; It. Meyata & Co.
Maunnke.i St , Improvements, $50.
Sept. 9. A, S. Humphrey, cottage.
Wulklkl St., SS.-..00.
Sept. 14. Waterhqiiso Trust Co.,
luflllug. Knplolanl St., il'M.; J. I).
Henries, dwelling, I'alolo Avenue; Jno.
Watorhoiiso, coucroto building; L. A.
Apo, dwelling Ashford St.; Chas.
Muschho, dwelling Young St., $50.(10.
Oct, 14. Sun l.ul Sing, Pol shop,
Liizo Street, $75.00.
Oct 15. R J, McLoilxhltu, dwcl
In?, Alewn llcluhls,
DRAW STIFF FINES.
J. HOPP & CO.
Stiff fiuej wero assessed Rachel
""erielra nnd Ooorgo Frledenhurg, who
uelo UHcMcd nt Ihu Instance, of M,
'en'elrn, tho hiikband of tho woman,
'ipou a thin ho of ndiilteiy.
Judge Audrnde hoard the situs' In
'iillco court this morning and nssessed
tier of $30 umlnst tho woman whll.'
Krledenberg was called upon to pio
ilucu $50 In order to bipmio himself
for his offense
Furniture Co., Ltd.
Whitney & Marsh, Ltd.
"The Home Beautiful"
Is the name of an illustrated pamphlet which we
distribute freeof chargc-which will give you many use
ful ideas of beautifying your home and den at very little
Wc are showing the necessary materials.
Colonial Drapery Fabrics
40 Inches wide, 25c yard
Also a full line of CURTAIN SWISSES from 12Ve yd.
Wc will have a special display this week of
' In Real Lace Spanish Lace in Black and White and
In the latest art designs; direct from Paris.
WING CHON6 CO
KINO ST. NEAR BETHEL
Dealen in Furniture Mattresses,
Gte., Etc. All kinds of KOA and
Nuuanu and Hotel St. on lite of old
MISSION FURNITURE Kadi t
Who has taste and wish.
es to buy a' perfect
home in the beautiful
residence district of
Makiki. We have a
which cost to build
$16,000, and the land
- alone having a value
of $5,000. The owner
will sell and is willing
to sacrifice the place
King Street. Ewa of Fishmarket.
DRY GOODS AND FURNISHING
Q00DS of EVERT DESCRIPTION,
WAII CHONG CO.
DRY GOODS AND TAILORING.
Everything absolutely new and
fresh from the Coast.
WAVERLEY BLK. - HOTEL ST.
WING ON CHONG
Rn'nir vnnr nlctnrei in and we'll
design a frame to your satisfaction.
Bethel, 0pp. the Empire,
Po. 0. Box 771.
A lovely bungalow; G
rooms. Lot 100x150. 4,700.00
A home on Kapiolani St.
8 rooms. Lot 75x125. 3,700.00
Lot near ear line 000.00
A 6-room bungalow. Lot
176x436, near Waia
lae Road 1,550.00
Made no the latest or any style.
Fort and Beretania Sts.
Cash will buy almost twice as
much here as credit will elsewhere.
If yott want Furniture, Bedding or
Woven Wire Mattresses it will pay
vou to trade at
Honolulu Wire Bed Co.,
J, S, Bailey, CorKing and Alakoo.
Beautiful assortment at
Second Floor, Boston Bldg.
LADIES' WOOL SWEATERS
SILK AND KID GLOVES
SILK LISLE HOSIERY
Miss Kate Woodard
1141 Fort Street.
Six-room cottage; newly
and repaired; lot 50x
Seven -room cottage, on
lot 75x140 1,600.00
Seven-room house, on lot
planted with fruit
trees; everything in
apple-pie order. Lot
50x150. A bargain.. 2,750.00
On Fort St. A six-room
Dressmaker from Paris, Stylish
Dresses, tailor-made specialties, Rea
sonable prices. Harrison Block,
Beretania and Fort streets.
FRENCH and EYELET
MRS. J. ROSENBERG
Alexander Young Hotel,
185 editorial rooms 250 busi
nets office. These are the telephone
rumbers of the Bulletin office.
Don't put off until to
morrow what you
should do today. To
morrow never comes.
Good times are com
ing to Hawaii, and
what arc bargains to
day will not be avail
able tomorrow. We
have over 300 proper
ties listed. Call and
see us about them.'
Phone 152. 82 King St.
A, V. GEAR, MANAGER.
.Bulletin Businesr Office Phone 250.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185.
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