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EVENINO fHJt.LKTIN, HONOLULU, T. ,. TUESDAY, NOV. 2, 1903.
Remember 4 Saturday, Nov. 6th.
NEW MOULDINGS, NEW PWTS, NEW FILMS; NEW CAMERAS, NEW IDEA;
1066 Fort Street
(Continued from ?ase 1)
Iiroposcd amendments to tho Organlq
-Vet of tho Territory. "Thai Act' Is thu
Territorial constitution, unit thcrcforo
tho Legislature on this occasion par
takesr tho uatilrc of a constitutional
It la' truo that tho legislature Is
without express authority to act In n
matter of this kind. And let It may,
with cntlro propriety, attempt to ox
press, In an advisory way, as tho elect
ed representatives of tho people,
whoso Interests way ho profoundly nf.
focted. tho lattor's desires or views
to the authoritative body, tho' Con
Kress of tho United States. Thoro Is
no higher nr more responsible political
function that that of shaping fundi,
Although public opinion has already
In largo mensuro beconiq crystallzcd
upon the substance of the proposed
amendments, they are. nevertheless,
deemed of sufficient Importahce, In
opo mid character, to Justify con
enlng.)our tionorablo body In special
tcsslon In order that you, tho elected
representatives of the people, may ex
press a'dcfinltc opinion upon them In
their, latest form beforo their submis
sion to" Congress by the delegate.
Tho .subject Is ono of cxtrcrdo lm
lnrtahco to the future welfare of the
Territory In many ways. Tho occa
sion calls with peculiar forco for tho
settlement of local differences of opln
Ion at homo and tbo' proaeritatlon of
a tinitod front tu'CohgrcssT ami' at the
rnmo tjino It nffers"mro BAMrtuntly
to demonstrato to Congress, r by wis
dom and harmony of action, tho enptc
Ity of tho' people of'lhls Tcfrllory for
iclf-govcrnment and tho attainment
ot American Ideals. Every reason, In
deed, emphatically demands that per
tonal, local and factional considera
tions bo laid asldo and that tho sub
ject bo approached with a thought
slnglo to tho highest Interests of the
In a matter of bo great moment,
divergencies of opinion must lm pi,
I.ected. nut practical sense require,
iini individual Mews should yield
within reasonable limits to what Is
regarded generally ns best for tl,..
common good and that every effort
isnoum do mado to ngrco on as much
ns possible leaving tho rest for rmurn
consideration, a minority may bo
Km, out nine anu further dovclop.
incuts may bo required to convince
tho majority. Wisdom, patriotism and
tbo spirit or progress forbid that op
posltlon to what Is good as far as It
goes should bo insisted In merely bu
cause It does not seem to go far
Moreover, In a matter of this kind
which involves tho fundamental law,
It Is usually neither practicable nor
wise lo particularly to auy great ox
tent. Ah a rule, except whero tho
nature of tho subject requires particu
larity, It Is safer to Incorporate only
general principles and provisions In un
Instrument of so brief and permanent
n character1 ns a constitution or organ
Ic act. It is ImiKisslhlq to foresee nil
contingencies that may arise, and mi
instrument that cannot rcadlyl bo al
tered from tlmo to tlnm should bq
broad and adaptable In its scopo.
The question, moreover, Is not meroly
what may bo desired: II U nlm ...,.
may bo secured. Tho viewpoint and
methods of Congress must bo consid
ered. I transmit herewith a form of a. hill
which, having Its origin In tho bill In
trndiicoil by our delegate In tho last
Congress, has dovolopcd Into Its pres
ent form through changes made from
time to tlmo slncu as a result of'much
consideration and discussion by Con
gressional committees, tho Territorial
Legislature and t, committees, tho
public press, commercial and other
organizations, and Individuate. It has
been framed with a view to simplicity,
clearness and tho elimination of mat
tors most llalilo to dirforonco of opin
ion. It Is bellovcd that as far as It
goes it Is In general accord with tho
pilnclples of nil polltcal parties. It
is satisfactory to the delegate In foim
mid substance, and I heartily Indorse
Tho general nature of tho bill Is so
well understood and its provisions In
general aro so complcto ond clear In
themselves that detailed explanation
is unnecosRarj;. It. enlarges" tho pow
ers of tho Legislature; It provides for
Incioaioi In tho salaries of momberi
of the legislature nnrl a nutnVo,- r
executive an.dJudlclal officers! It' self
ura nviiuuii uouois aa to mo appllc
ability oY various Fedoral laws to Ha
waii, tho powers of tho legislature
with reference to appropriations and
tho validity of numerous naturaliza
tions mado by tho circuit courts, and
other Important matters; It Improves
In"" povoral respects tho law relating
to disqualifications of Judges; It pro
I vldea for tho acquisition from the
Federal government of the title, to
j property used or required by tho fcr-
litory and the counties for public pur
loses; it contains provisions which
will facilitate tho sale of public bonds
at higher prices and low cV, rates of In
terest; It makes applicable to Hawaii
general Federal appropriations, espe
cial:)' thoso for the benefit of the
smaller agricultural Industries.
Ab Its principal feature, however,
tho bill makes many long-dcsircd and to .upprcss Insurrection, or to provide i art thereof surrendered with tho con-much-nccdod
changes In tho land la'ws '"' the common defense, except that rent of the commissioner, which Is
of Hawaii. It simplifies the ndmlnls- '' addition to any Indebtedness cic-.it-! hereby authorized, may bo disposed of
tratlon of those laws and netllca a I'd for such purposes the legislature upon application at not less than tho
r.iimbcr of Important questions as to nuiy authorize loans by the Territory, ndvertlsed price by nny such ccrtlfl
their meaning; It provides for giving or any such subdivision thereof, for cato, lease or agreement without fur
to persons, of whim thcro aro many, i tlic erection of pcnnl, charitable, and thcr notice. The notice of nny salo
especially Hawallans nnd Portuguese, educational Institutions, nnd for public drawing or allotment of public land
residing on public lands, prcfcrcnco buildings, wharvcB, roads, and 'harbor shall bo by publication for a period
rlghtB to obtain title to their homes; nn'l other public Improvements but of not less than sixty days In one or
It also provides for settling tho title "'' total of such Indebtedness Incur- more newspapers of general clrcula
of many churches to tho lots which 'cd In any onu year by tho leriuu.y tlon published In tho Territory,
they hnvo long used ns church sites; i C ml' Bl'cl1 "lliJIvlslon shall not! ex-1 "Tho commissioner, with tho np
r.nd It places, appropriate limitations., cccd ono per centum of tho assessed provul of tho governor, may give to
on tho powers of selling, leasing andivn'110 of tho property In tho Territory any person who has, or who and
exchanging Inrgo tracts of public land. nr subdivision, respectively, as shown whose predecessors In Interest have.
Tho principal changes, nowdver In ' the' then last assessments for tax- Improved any parcel of public lands
tho land laws consist In tho1 provisions n,'?nf whether such assessments uro nnd resided thereon not less than ten
Intended for tho furtherance of home-1 "lm, uy ,no Territory or the subdlvl- voars Immediately prcccdlngtho dato
(.tending; first by enabling Intending slon or ""hdlvlslons, and tho total In- of application a pieferencu light to
settlers "to obtain homesteads at rca- u'obteilncss of 'he Torrltory shall not purchase so much of such parcel and
sottablu prices by drawings Instead of " nn' tlmc 00 extended be) ond kovcii such adjoining land as may reasonably
being subjected to tho risk of paying ,,cr ccntum of such nsscsscd viiltto of bo icqulrcd torn homo, ut n fair pilco
excessive prices at auction sales, and l,rl,ert' '" thoTcnltoi) and the total to bo determined by threo disinterest
by permitting the times limited f0I.'m(letcdnes$ of any such subdivision ' ed iiersons appointed by tho governor,
compliance w"th homestead conditions ha" ,l0' nt nllJ' tlmo ,lu extynded bo-' In tho determination of, which price
to lm extended 111 proper cases' sec -
rondirrhrwnfl'iing inr i ignt to'nRqtttro-
romesteids to citizens not already
Biifilclcntly p7)vMcd for; nnd, thirdly,
by preventing allans," corporations and
largo land holders from afterwards ob.
tabling control of tho homesteaded
lands, but nt tho, same tlmo not unduly
preventing tho" .homesteader froniof nny B,lch Inrtcbtcilncss bo Issued
mortgaging or othcrwiso trnnsferlng " ,esH "mi, l,anule ln not ""ro than
tho land for proVer purposes.
Legislatures In Hawaii havo gen
erally risen to tho occasion. They
have ns a rulo proved that they can
bo dciKMidcd upon, when thu exigen
cies of the situation demand, to put
parly and other considerations be
hind tbo grand motive or tho common
welfare. Our worthy and capable
delegato, vhllo necessarily elected ns
tho candldato of a particular party,
Is the delegato of tho tntjro Territory,
nnd ns such should havo undivided
tuippnrt In his earnest endeavors to
accomplish vhat Is for tho highest
Interests of llij Territory iih n whole.
wai Tnrt v. Kit bail
Oovernor of Hawaii.
TO AMEND AN ACT ENTITLED "AN
ACT TO PROVIDE A GOVERN
MENT FOR THE TERRITORY
OFHAWAII " APPROVED APRIL
THIRTEENTH, NINETEEN HUN
DRED. Ilo It enacted by tho Senate and
Ilqilse of Roiiroic'ntatlvca of tho Unit
ed Stales of Amoilca In Congress as-
tumbled. That Section 3 of nil Act en
titled "An Art lo provide n govern
ment for Iho Territory or Hawaii." im
proved April thlillclh. nineteen hun
dred Is heioby amended to read ns
"See. 5. Tint ihn Constitution, nnd.
except as otherwise provldod, nil thn
laws of tho United StatcB. IncludliiE
laws carrying general appropriations, Miall, without tho written consent of
vvh(ch nio not lopally Inapplicable, the commissioner nnd governor, there
shall Pnvq Hip saino forco nnd effect nfttr whether beforo or after a home-
williln the raid Territory ns elsewhere
111 Iho United States: Provldod. That
sections eighteen .hundred and forty
ono to eighteen hundred and nlnet).
ono, Incliislvfi, jilnetcen hundred and
ten and nineteen hundred ami twelve,
of tho Rovlso'f Statutes, and tho
oincndmoiits thereto, mid nn Act. en
titled 'An Act to piohlblt' the passago
or local or special' laws In territories
or tho United States, to limit terri
torial Indebtedness nnd ror otljer jiur
poses,' npproved July thirtieth, eight
een hundred nud eighty-six, and tho
amendments thereto, shall not apply
Sec. 2. Thot section twenty-six or
said Act Is hereby amended to read aa I'lovldod, that theso prohibitions shaft
f""08: nnt apply to trunsfpis or acquisitions
"See. 20. That tho members of the i '' Inheritance or between tenants In
legislature shall receive for their sen-1 "minion.
Ices, in addition to mileage ut the "Any land In respect or which any
rato or ton cents a nillo oach way, the of "lu roregolng provisions slyill bo'
mm or six hundred dollars ror each j violated shall forthwith bo forfeited
regular session, payable In tlnco equal i unci resumo the statiiB of public land
Installments on nnd ntter tho first, nnil may bo recovered by Iho Territory
thtrtloth ami fiftieth dais of hn fm. 'or Ita auccos-iora in an action of oct
slon, and the sum of two hundred dol- ment nr othjr approi.rlato procosdlng.
l!W'.fnr each special session; Provld- A"'l "on compliance with tho terms of
od, That thoy shall receive no com- "ny such certificate, lease, or agree-
pensntton for any extra session held)
tinder ,tho piuvlsloiis of section uily-fpiu-Jif
this'' Act." , ,,
" Sec." 3." Thai section' fifty-two of
paid Act Is hereby amended to read ns
'"8cts 62. -"That' appropriations, ex
cept ns herein otherwise provided,
thill bo mado by tho legislature."
Sec. 4. That section (lfty-flvo of
hnlil Act Is hereby nmended so that
.tho part thereof relating to public In
dibtodnons anil beginning with the
wont's "nor shall any debt" rhall read
as follows: "Nor shall any debt lie
authorized to b3 contracted by or on
hchalf of tho Torrltory, or any polit
ical or municipal corporation or sub-
'ill Islon thereof, except to pay tho in
tc.ost upon tho existing Indebtedness,
J u. lnrec per centum oi sucn asses-
wUvtiliiuruf prvporty.lu thr- milxll-
vision, but nothing In this Art shall legarded.
prevent tho refunding of nny Indebtel-I "Tho commlrsloner may nlso, with
ncss at any tlmc; nor shall any such such approval, Itsuo. for 'a nominal
loun bo mado Ukii tho credit of tho consideration, to any church or re
public domain or any part thereof; nor IIkIous organization, or perron or pcr
shnll any bond or other Instrument sun. or coruorntlnn ronrMPntliiir it.
..in, jviiib imiii me uuie hi uio issue ii,an ten joara heretofore and still oc
thereof; nor elinll nny such bond or In- cupled by It an a tliurch'sltc under
iiuuiriuiL'SB ue issued or incurred un-
in approved oy tno rrcsiuent or tho
Sec. C. That section ccventy-tlireo
of said Act is heioby amended by ad
ding thereto tho following;
"No person shall hcieaftci' bo en
titled to receive nuy certificate of oc
cupation, right of pmchao lease, rash
freehold agreement, or special homo.
stead agreement, who or whosu hus-'
band or wlfo shall previously havo
taken hold or held nny land under nny
HUch certificate, lcaso, or agreement
hei cafter muclo or Issued, or under
any honicstcaiMenso or patent Intel
therton; or who or whose hush mil or
wlfo, or both of Ilium, shall then own
other land In tin. Tnrrhnrv ii... -,.,.
l.lnrd area or which nnd tho Ian 1 In.
" ---.-.,, --u v...... .
question exceeds eighty acres; or who
is an alien, unless he has declined his
Intention to become, n citizen of tho
United Sinks as provided by lawj nor
Minll any person who, having so de
clared his intention, shall hereafter
tuko or hold under nuy such certifi
cate, 'i.ikp or agreement, contlnuo bo
Id hold or beronio entitled to a home
stead lease or patent of the land, un
less ho shall havo beconio n citizen
within five ears alter so taking.
"No land for which any such certifi
cate, lease or agreement shall hero
after bo Issued, or any part thereof
or Interest therein or'control thereof.
Mcl"1 'ease or patent has boen tssuod
tlioieon, be or bo contracted to bo In
nny way, tlliectly or Indirectly, by
process ot law or othorwjoo, convo)od,
mortgage, leased or otherwise trans
rerred to or acquired or held by or ror
tho benefit of any alien or corpora
tion; or. beforo or after tho Issuanoo
of a homestead leaso or beforo tho Is.
snancn or a patent, to or bv or for thoisary and proper for tho nurpoio of
benefit of any other person; nr, after
uip issuanco or u patent, to or by or
ror the bonoflt of any person who
owns, holds or controls directly or In
directly other land or tho uso thoreof
tho combined area of which and tho
land in question oxceeds eighty acres;
ment, or of tho Inwnppllcablo thcieto,
shall work a forfeiture of all rights
thereunder and entitle the commis
sioner, with the npprovnl ot tho gov
crnor, with or without legal process,
notice, demand or previous entry, to
retako posrcsslon and thereby deter
mine the estate; Provided, That the
times llmllel for compliance with any
such terms may be extended by tho
commissioner, with such approval, u,i
on Its appearing that nn effort has
been mado In good faith lo comply
"Tho persons entitled to take under
any such certificate, lease or agree
ment, may bo determined by drawing
or lot, after public notice ns herein
after provided; and any lot not taken,
or taken nnd forfeited, or any lot of
ine vnnio or improvements nnii, when
dwmed, Juai oiul rrneuimilor-be dhi'
a potent for any parcel of public land
occupied continuously for not less
tho aws of Hawaii,
'No sale for ith"r than homestead
purposes and no exchange by which
the Tertltmy t-ltnll convey land ex
ceeding either foity r.rrcs in urea or
(ho thousand doll i k In value, and no
Iciisp of ngrleiiltiiral land exceeding
forty ncres In mui, rhnll bu mado
without the iippiovul of two thirds of
a bonul iipisilntcl as provided in sec-
ll)" eighty of this Act, nnd until tbo
legislature otherwise provides said
board shall mindst of six members
and Its ricrabers bo appointed for
terms of four years.
"All lands In thn possession use nut
routiol of the Territory shall hero
nrtur bo managed by tbo -timnill"n
or, except such as shall bo ret nsldo
., ....,,, n.ivi. no niiiin in, r.U tl
Tor public. urposes ns herein irtr
vliled; till sales and other dlsposlt'ouu
or such land shall bq mndp !: Him
commissioner or under his direction
ror which puriKise ir nece'sary thn
land may bo trnnsferrod to his dcpirt
ment from nny other department In
direction of tho governor nnd nil pal
ruts and deeds of such land Blnll bxuo
from tho offleo of tho commissioner,
who elinll countealgu tho saino ami
keen a record thereof. Lands con
veyed to the Territory 111 etc'ii-ntro
ror other land's that are subject to tho
land laws or Hawaii, na amended by
this Act. shall, except ns otherwo
piovlded. hnvo tho sumo statin nnd bo
subject to such lawo as ir they hnd
previously beon pub'lc lands or IJn
wall, All orders setting nsldo lands
Tor roiest or. nlhor public puriKiscs,
or withdrawing Iho same, shall bo
mode by the governor, nnd lands while
n set nsldo ror such purposes may bo
managed ns may bo provldod by thn
laws or the Tprrltory. The commls.
oahB, and. vlth tho npprovnl or tjio
governor nud qald board, mnko such
rules und regulations as may bo ueces-
earning tho provUloni of this section
and tho land laws or Hawaii Into mil
rorco nnd effect.
Sec. 0. That section eight j -four of
B?.'J 'V.ct.la liotoby amenJod to read as
follow' . , . y
'Soc, 84, That nn o,i ronhill sit na
a Judpo or Juror In nny" ensn fu vvbleh
h(s rrlntlve. by nfilnlly or by cni'isan.
gulnlt) within the third degree is In
terested, cither ns a plaintiff or do
fendant.or (n (he Jssuo priwhlfh tho
nliljiidpn,pr Jpror has, cither dirpetly
or through ztich relutlvo, any pecun
iary Interest; nor shall any person sit
as a Judge In any cave In which ho hns
boon or couiijbI or on an appeal from
nn decMon or Ju Igmcnt rondorot by
him, and tho legislature of the Terri
tory may add other causes of dtsquall-
(Ic.atlon to thoro herein ciiuinorrteij."
Sec. 7. That section iiluety-oiic of
said Act Is hereby amended to read an
"Sec. 91. That except ns otherwise)'
provided, the public ( pro erty ceded
nnd transferred to the United States
by the Itcpubllc oi Hawaii under tho '
joint resolution of annexation, np-1
proved July seventh, eighteen hundred
and nmuty-clght, shall bo mid remain
in the iiosrv'sslon, lice, mid control of
tho government of tho Territory of Ha-,
wall,, unci ihrll, ha mnlutnlticd, man-,
aged, nnd cared for by It, at Its own
expense, until otherwise provided fori
by Congress, or taken for the uses nnd
purposes of tho United! Stntes by dlrec-1
tlon of the President or of the (lov-1
crnor ot Hawaii. And any such public
property to taken for the uses and
I urixSri'i of tho United States may bo
irstorc.l.to tho Ita previous status by
dlicctlnn of the President; und tho
title to nny-such' public property In the
impression and use of tho Territory for
thu purposes of water, sower, elec
tric ond other public works, pcnnl,
charitable scientific nnd educational In
stitutions, cemeteries, hoepltals, parks,
highways, wharves, landings, harbor
Implement's, public buildings, or
r.thcr public purposes, or required for
jnny such purposes, may uo transrcricd
to tho Territory by direction of tho
President, and the title to any proper
ty so transferred to Iho Territory may
thereafter be transferred to any city,
county, or other political aubdlv lslon
thereof, by direction of tho Oovernor
when thereunto authorized by thu leg
islature." I Sec. S. That section ninety-two of
said Act Is hereby amended to lead as
"Boa 2. That tho following offlccis
thall receive tho following nmiual sal
IfrleS to be" paid by tho Unlteit'Btates;
Tho Governor, ten thousand dollars;
the Secretary of tho Territory, five
thousand dollars; tho Chief Justice of
the Supremo Court of tho Territory,
six thousand flvo hundred dollars; the
Associate Justices of tho Supremo
Court, six thousand dollars each; thu
Judges of tho Circuit Courts, four thou
hand dollars each; tho United States
District Attorney, Qvo thousand dol
lars; tho United States Marshal, four
thousand dollars. And tho Oovernor
rhnll recelvo annually. In addition to
his E.ilaiy the sum of ono thousand
doltais for stationery, postage and In
cidentals; also his traveling expenses
while absent from thu capital on "!H
The EVENING BULLETIN is an example of the sure
reliance of the experienced business man in the upbuilik.
ing of his trade through judicious newspaper advertising.
L . . J
clnl business, nnd tho sum nf two thou
sand dollars nnnut v for his private
lecretnry " I
Sir 9. That section ono hundred of j
said Act Is hereby amended by adding '
thereto the following: I
"All it cords lelatlng to naturallrn-1
lou, nil declarations of Intention to be
come citizens of tho United States, and
all certificates of naturalization filed,
recorded, or lsuei! pi hr to tho taking '
effect of the nnturnllzatlon acl'of Juno
twenty-ninth, nineteen hundred ami
clx, In or from any Circuit Court i( tho
Territory or Hawaii, shall for all pur-1
lioscs bo deemed to bo nnd to hnvo
been mode, filed, recorded or Issued
by a court with Jurisdiction to natural
ize nllcns, but shall not be by this Act
fuitlier validated or legalized."
A MES8AQE FROM THE GOVERNOR
'.territory or Hawaii, r.xccutlvu Cham
ner, Hovctnuoi 2, laoy.
To tho Semite: I have tho honor to
submit herewith for jour consldern
tlon the following nominations and up
IKilntments subject to confirmation by
jour honorable body,
WALTER K. ntCAR,
Oovernor of Hawaii.
NOMINATIONS AND APPOINT
MLNTS I1Y Till: OOVHItNOR
SUIUKCT TO CO.NTIILMATION
11Y THC 8ENA.T1:.
Treasurer D.av Id L. Conkllng, June
Commissioner ot Public Lands
Maiston Campbell, June 30. 1909.
Survejor Maistoii Campbell, Juno
Superintendent of Public Instruction
Wlnfrvd II. Hulibltt, November 1,
Deputy Auditor Cleoi go W. II. King.
niovenwer i, inny.
Commissioners of Public Instruc
tion kiln II, I'nrln, .April 30, 1908;
Mason K Prnsser. September 2.", 1909.
Iloaid of Health .lames T. Wnvson,
May 1, 1909; William D. lialdwlti. May
18. 1909; licderlck S. Smith. Mny 15.
Commissioners of Immigration
Richard Ivors. Anrll 30. lnnri? r.mn.i
A. Mott-Smlth. April 30. 1909; i:met
H. Wodchoiico, April 10. 1909; A. L. C.
Atkinson. April 30, 1909; J. J. Carden!
..iuy ,, iuu'.i.
Commissioners of luranltv .vinr.
under Lindsay. Jr.. Jiinn I in"o.
Charles II. Coomr. Keniemlioi- in man.
tleorgu H. Herbert, nomination.
Regents or tho College of Agricul
ture and Mechanic Arts Ralph S Hor
IT is a daily necessity, because
the information it contains
concerns the life of ihe
the people. It is an edu
cational agency, a guide and a
constant helpmeet. Advertis
ing in a daily papei broadcasts
the .knowledge of what the men.
cfcatts can do for the people,
and the people with their con.
stant needs go to the merchant
who gives them his knowledge.
nier June 1 lioo, George W. Wood
Trusteea of the Ultra' of Hawaii
William L. Whim. v. April 10 H'.'t.
Krank C Athciton April 30. Iin9;
Wlnrred II. Ilnbbltt, April 3D l90'i
Private Wharves anl I. Hiding Com
mission Delberi I." Melzir Jul) 19.
1909; .lush Howell, Jul) 19, 19 9, John
II. Moragne. July 19, 19 a.
School run.l ConiMiis-Ion - W.ill.ie.
K. 1 nriaiiKton, June 29 D9, Willi mi
A. Howell, June 29, 19t " 1 ';ir Wo 1 1,
Juno 29, 1909.
Commission on Stamp Duties and
Licenses William L. Stanley nomin
ation; 0. Prcil Uu.h nomination; Rich
ard 11. Trent, nomination.
Hoard of Phnrtiiiirv rrrdlnaud r
Hcdcmann, nomination; Samuel S.
Peck, nomination; Akxls J. (llgnoux,
Llccnso Commlsslontrs Clt) ninl
County of Honolulu' Wlll.ud H.
lliown, second class, June 30, ipo'i, J.
II. Craig, second class, Juno 30, 19.9;
Norman Watklns, first class, Septem
ber 13. 1909. County of Hawaii Al
bert Horner, second class, Juno 29,
1909; It. A. Lyman, secon I class, July
9, 1909; William O Cgg first rlas.
August 7, liiu'i; Samuel M. Spencer,
first clnss, September 20. 1909 County
or Maul: C. I). l.ufkln. second clniH,
Juno 29, 1909; D. C. Lindsay, second
clnss, June 29, 1909, County of Kauai:
Augustus V Knulscii, nomination;
James K. A polo, nomination.
Prison lnsH.ctorH First Judicial
Circuit: Ollbert J. Waller. May 28,
1909; Kdward Davis. May 28. 1909;
Krnest II. Wodchouse June 19 19 i'J.
Etc,ond Judicial Circuit: William Hen
nliig. Mny 28, 1909; H. A. Ilaldwu.
Mny 28. 1909; J. K. K, Kcutii .Mav 2K,
1909. Tlilrd Judicial Circuit' Lutlar
S. Aungst. Juno 7, 1999; M Malrkuna,
Juno 7, 1909; II. II. Hi-ntim, Jim- 19,
1909. Fourth Judicial Circuit i: N.
Hiilnics. June 7, 10CO: A, II I In Iviy.
June 7, 1909; R. A. I man Jr.. Juno
7,1909. riftli Ju llcial Circuit' A S.
Wilcox, Juno 7, 1909; J. I. I.jdgato,
Juno 7. 1909; John Qandall, Juno 23.
Addition for Rubber Mills. Heading,
Mass. Work has began on tho largo
new addition to the ran(uid Rubber
Mills, which is lo be of brick 2511 by
ISO feet, nnd whlrh when camplotod,
will mean the employment o' 'ii":iy
Tn- Ram" r.l-rti VIIAtln.