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nVEXlN'Q BULLETIN, HONOLULU,' T. II., THURSDAY, NOV. 4, 1909.
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Decided Bargains In
Lunch and Dinner Cloths
Is Now In Progress
REDUCTIONS ARE BONA-FIDE
A chance to buy Linens far below tha
THURSDAY, FRIDAY & SATURDAY
will be last days of Sale
Sachs' Dry Goods Co.,
Cor. Fort and Beretania Sts.
Peary Recognized As
Discoverer of North Pole
WASHINGTON, Nov. 3( Tho
lliers today reported unanimously, it
(CHoyi commander renry nml Dr.
Noith .l'olo oil April 6, 1909.
On Oct. 13 the gcogrnphlcAl so
Colienhngen to Waive Its llrst clnl
American scientists were Impntlen
mutter, that should be Fettled In A
In Commander Peary requesting ihl
ujion which, to net. Dr, Cook on in
ot the geographic, society stating t
then acting on his data, and In tin
have, nn opportunity to pass Juilgin
cd the l'ole on April 21, 19US.
(Continued from Paze 1)
leading tlio lull tippiuprhuiug tho sum
(it $10,000 for tho expends of tho
Scnato Concurrent Resolution No. 1
putting tho Legislature on record as
requesting tho School Kuud Coinmls
lion to Invcutlguto the problem of on
dowlas tho College of Hawaii, was
read and leferred to the Committee
Speaker Ilolsteln then nnnounccd
that he had before him n comniuulcn
tlou fioin Mrs. John Atchcrlcy. He
Enid that as It was addressed more
especially to tho Senato It seemed
pioper to allow the ui.per homo U
tako the Initiative. Tho petition nsks
that tho I-oglslaturu invcstlglte tho
charges of "conspiracy" against all
who havo had any connection In tho
restraint of Dj John Atcherley In the
House JJoIul Hesolutlon No. 1, Cas
tro's resolution pipvldlng for tho ui
polntmenl of 'a commission on ad
vances to homesteaders, passed third
leading with n unanimous voto,
. The. Houeo then resolved Itself Into
Commltteo of the Wholo, Cohen In tho
ihalr, t orosuino tho consideration of
4hc Itlco resolution embodlng tho
amendments that Congrcg will he
'liskejLtp make to tho Org-mir Act.
Section '4 of tho amending bill was
reconsidered on tho motion of Don
thltt. Ho then moved for tho Inser
tion of n provision that tho Legislature
may authorize loans "for tho develop
ment of natural resources and public
hinds." In advocacy of his amend
ment Doulhltt declared that there
would ho nn money available for the
carrying out of tho provisions of Cas
tro's rcsijlutlon calling for tho ap
pointment of n commission on nil
vancos to Iinmesteaders. Tho amend
ment was adopted without n dissent
Ing voto and tho section then passed
as amended. Wee then moved that
tho commltteo ilso ami recommend
tho adoption of tho resolution as
amended, tho motion nlsn being car
ried without a dissenting vote.
' Tho commltteo then rose and Chair
man Cohen asked for tlmo In which a
written report could ho propared, tho
llouso then taking n recess subject to
tho call of tho chair.
At tho afternoon session of the
House of Hoprofentatlves jcslonlny
Governor Frour again appeared ho
foro tho Commltteo of tho Wholo and
tool: up his explanation of tho pio
pored amendments to tho laud laws
Mply lni? to the Territory.
Tho laud clause was dealt with sec
tlou by section and tho explanation
by the Governor appeared to ho cori
vlnclug to nil the members of the
House. Itcfeirlug to tho paragraph
which mado provision that nil persons
who have lived for ten years or more
on public Innds shall have n prefer
encu right in tho acquirement of title,
Sheldon asked If tlvo years residence
would not bo enough nnd Governor
l-'rear replied that he believed that five
years would ho sulllclent, ho having
placed It at tlvo years but tho confer
ence had altered tho figure to ten.
Knlelopu moved to amend tho third
paragraph of the laud clause so as to
eliminate tho provision covering tho
non-compllanco with tho terms of
leaso und agreements and tho forfeit
lire ot nil rights thetcundcr. Hico
offered nn amendment to strlko out
tho vvouls "work a forfeiture of nil
rlghta thereunder and". Tho amend
ment was adopted.
Tho further debato surrounded the
ueo of the words "may" nnd "shall'
HoprcEentntlvo Affonso championed
tho causo of "shall,1' tho application
of which ho nsserted In vital para
graphs of tho land clauso would re
move tho djscrctlonary power which
lie Fnhl might lead to abuses by those
administering the land department of
It looked as though the amendments
would bo npproved In their entirety
when Doulhltt icturncd to tho section
providing for nnd regulating tho Issu
ance of Territorial bonds. Ho de
clared that to conform to tho provi
sions of tho resolution Introduced by
Castro providing for n commission of
ndvances to homesteaders, tho Torrl
tiny should bo empowored to Issue,
bunds to piovldu funds for tho pur
pofo named. Castro thought likewise
and stated that ho would look Into the
legal side of tho problem during' tho
night and have something definite to
cay upon It this morning.
Statistician to Quit Politics. Pi nv
Idencp, It. I. Col. Goorgo 11. Webb
commissioner of Industrial statistics
of Ilhode Island and chief census su
pervisor for this state, has decided 'jo
rctlro from political activity nnd has
resigned tho presidency ot tho Young
Mens Itepubllenn Club.
Forest Wardens to Meet. Worcej
ter, Mass. Pi or. Frank W. llano, lha
Bluto I'nicHtrr, has called n special
conference o.' the forest wardens, fimii
all over Woirester county to bo held
In tills-city N. ''ember 11.
National Geographical Society oxnm
fter an examination of the records
Cook, thnt Peary discovered tho
clety requested the University of
m to tho Cook observations, as
t at delay and felt thnt this was a
merlca. A message was also, sent
in 'to hurVy' forward sufficient data
nt date sent a letter to the secretary
lint the Copenhagen t'nlvcrslty wns
o time tho geographic society. would
cut upon his claim of having reach-
Funeral of Prince Ito
Display of Popular Sympathy
TOKIO, Nov. 3. The funeral c cremonles nt 1 1 lliyn Park over tho
remains of the late Prlne Ito. ussas Blunted at llnrbl,n, were the most
Impressive display of a popular do monstratlon of 'public sympathy,
and the most widespread ever kn own In Japan.;
Ambassador (Vllrlen reprcsente d tho United States at tho funeral,
having been designated by Secietar y of State Knox to net for tho Amer
KNOX ADDRESSES JAPANESE COMMERCIAL BODY.
WASHINGTON, Nov. 3. Secretary Knox, addressing tho members
of the Jnpancae commeiclnl body now touring the States, nt n banquet
given by the Japanese embassy suggested an arbitration compact be
tween Japan and the United States. Tho suggestion was received with
applause nnd was cordially iccelved by the Japanese and other guests
FEATHERSTONE NEW TAMMANY BOSS.
NKW YOUK. Nov. 3. It Is understood'that District Lender Fcnth
erstone Is schi'dnled to succeed Hots Murphy In the direction of the
Tammany Intcicsts. This conies as the result of a meeting between
Croiker nnd Nixon following the defeat o.fthe Tammany ticket In tho
city elections yesterday.
ELEVEN LABOR SUPERVISORS.
SAN FltANCISCO, Nov. 3. The political complexion of tho new
board of Supervisors elected Tuesday is as follows: Labor, eleven;
Hepubllcau, five; Democrat, two.
FARMAN MAKES RECORD. '
MOUItMKI.ON, France, Nov. 3 Aviator 'Fnr'man ncroplaned 144
miles today In four hours nnd bIx m Inutes, establishing tho world's
TAFT CONGRATULATES MIKAD0 ,
WASHINGTON, Nov. 3. Prcsl dent Taft cabled birthday congratu
lations to tho Mikado. '
(Continued from Pace 3)
lor the remuneration of the Iteprcscn
tattves reached the Seiuto this morn
ing, the Items were approved with the
exception of tho assistant clerk's sal
ary. Last session It was $8, und for
tho special session It had been
changed to 9. President Smith was
of tho opinion that tho amount should
be us heretofore. Senator Qiilnn
moved tho compensation bo amended
to lead tho same as at tho last regular
session, and tho resolution passed ns
Senator Makekau protested against
the salary of tho Chaplain being fixed
nt only $25. Ho behoved It wns ridic
ulously low In proportion to tho othc:
compensations. Ho urged that the
chaplain saying prayers over the de
liberations of tho Legislature should
recelyo nt least $30.
"I think this Is an outrage," Bald
Senator Qiilnn, "wo nro called hero Tor
a specific purposo, and I for ono vvnnt
to go on rccoid as against any raises
Senator Makekau said it was not n
inlso, that tho Chaplain's salary at the
regular session was $150, Ills motion
for tho incrcaso In the salary was
Senator Harvey Introduced n Con
current Hesolutlon that tho Governor
of tho Territory set nsldo suitable pub.
Ho land for tho purpose of placing
such or the persons who were segre
gated at the I.oper Settlement nt Mo
lokal and who wore examined sluco
April 1, 1909, nnd found free of the
disenso of leprosy and ordered to leave
tho Settlement, as may apply to locato
thereon, upon such tonus and condi
tions ns tho Governor may prescribe.
Tho samo was referred to tho Com
mltteo on Public lands.
Senator Coolho introduced n concur
rent resolution to protect tho Intel ests
U-4 acres at Kalihi Valley, with
flve-room cottaee. Free Water.' Hen
Houses. , Stables. 1,100 ft. Wire-netting-
fence. 300 Bananas, etc.
4 doz. Hens. Wh. Plymouth. Rocks
and Wh. Leghorns. Good Horse and
Buggy. All for .
Also 2.4 acres unimproved, adjoin
P. E. R. Strauch
74 S. King St,
of certain homesteaders occupying
public land on Maul nnd to quiet title
until consistent changes were made
In tho hind law. The resolution wnt
leferred to tho Jinllclnry Committee,
on motion of ,Sfj$ator Clillllngworth
and reads as follows: ' '
".Whereas, prior to, nnd at the tlmr
of tho Grand Mahelo of Ijinds In the
Kingdom of Hawaii, and thereafter
during tho labors of tho Commission
crs to Quiet Titles appointed In pur
suance of tho Act to Organize tho IJx
ccutlvo Departments of tho Hawaiian
Islands, npproved April 27, 1810, cer
tain ot the lands of tho Hawaiian King
dom, situate nt I.alnlna, Maui, which
were Intended to hnye been awarded
to pitvate claimants under said Act
inn wnicn were not specifically so
awarded, were used and occupied and
huvo ever slnco continued to ho useil
und occupied as jirlvnto holdings und
cr claims of ownership therein by pri
vate parties; anil
"Whereas tho jmrlles then rcspec
tlvuly so using, occupying and claim
Ing the same, and their successors In
claim and estate havo, In many In-
ttances, continued, thenco to the pros
ent time, to exercise all tho runctlonr
of private ownership therein, nnd to
pay taxes thereon to tho Government
as nssessed from year to year during
many years last paBt: and
"Whereas, such said claimants re
spectively havo In .good faith held, and
paid taxes upon, such land In tho bo
lief that they were legally entitled to
claim and lmtd"tho'ltam; and
"Whereas, tho Governor of tho Ter
ritory has directed tho'' Attorney Gen
eral of the Tonltory to Institute pro
ceedings or ejectment ugalnst tho par
ties above leferred to; and
"Whereas, W would ho Inequitable
to now disturb them In their posses
fclon thereof ami claims thorelu. nnd
It Is deslrnblo that their rights there
in should be recognized by law;
"Now Theieroio Ho It Resolved, that
It Is the sense of tho Legislature of tho
Terrltoiy of Hawaii In special session"
assembled that tho parties holding
tho lauds as hciclnabovo referred tn
bo not disturbed In their possession
thereof nnd clulms therein until thu
prebent land laws nro modified or
amended so as to enable thorn to nor,
feet their title under moro favorable,
win just considerations.
"Ho It Further Resolved. Hint corll
lied copies' of this resolution bo trans
muted to tho Governor of tho Terrl
i"rj, mo Attorney General ami the
commissioner of Public Lands."
Brnato 1X111 1, providing $50"0 to cov
rr the expenses of that body during the
tpcciai session, wns passed on tlilrjl
leaning, and Is ready to go to tho
uotisu rot- conf.i inatlon,
i wS ic Kh:. i
We are selling guaran
teed true Blue Serge
Suits for TWENTY
DOLLARS. We mean
by the guarantee that
it will not fade; that
it will hold its color
until worn out; that
the tailoring is of such
character that the gar
ment will hold its shape
The Kash Co.
Cor. Fort and Hotel Streets
FLOWING TO CANADA
Hive Aded 70,000' to the' Popula
tion of the Dominion in the.
Last Fiscal Year Satisfied Set
tlers Bring Others.
Ottawa, Out., Oct. 10. 'American
farmers by tho thousands nro now
pouring over tho boundary Into the
Canadian West. According to n state
ment mndo by tho Doputy Minister of
tnterloj nt Ottavn the Invasion of Am
ericans Into Canada will total over
70,000 for the, present year.
' In tho beginning of this across
boundary movement tho newspapers
were largely from the middle States,
but this year they are coming In from
almost ovcry Ctnte Injho Union. Not
only nro tho numbers satisfactory to
Canada, hut tho quality ot the settlers
Is rather Improving than otherwise.
Tho story sent back by thousands of
sntlsflc.l settlers Is attracting multi
tudes of homcscckcrs from tho South
and as tho tldo of Immigration swells
so swells thu chorus of Canadian
Tho report of tho Immigration De
partment, just Issued, shows that' S9,
K32 persons enmo from tho United
States during the last fiscal year end
Ing Mnrch 31, exceeding oven the mini
ber of arrivals from Great llrltaln.
They wcie chiefly experienced ncrlciil.
iturlsls with plenty of capital. Prac
tlcally, tho olllclal report snu, GO 000
Americana entered Canada, nnd ovi
mun, woman nnd child was posscsse
on an nvcrage, of $1,000 In stock, ci
end effects, meaning that they broiml
Into this country nearly $CO,O,i0,O0i.
W. J. White, bend or the Caniidhi
Immigration agencies In the Unlt
Stntcs. says that this year Immlgii
tlou from the United Otatea has h
creased fully 30 per cent., nml tin
next year ho expects to seo about US
000 Americans Bettllug In the Caua,
Ian West. Senator Dolllver of low
say's: "Tho eutei prising men wh
havo mndo lovvn ono of the greater
cgrlcultur.il States In the Union vil
help to build up Alberta, Saskatcln
wan and Mnnltolu. 'o cannot he1
locrettlng that the United States I;
losing such good citizens, liut if thoj
must depait, vo would rather tliel
went to Canada than anywhere cIeo."
"The Elevator to Success Is Not Running
Take the Stairs"
IF YOU linvo been wailing for n rich uncle to get Jerked henro nnd leavo you n big for
tune, glvo It up. Ho 'may live twenty ycnis more.
If you thought that the way to make money was to save for several ycnis and then
Uuy n big city block, glvo It up. City blocks nro hard to get. and )ou will lose the
worth of two or thro o of them whllo you nro waiting and saving.
If You Want to Save Money and Make Money Take
. the Common Sense Method
HERE ABE THE RULES:
(1) Iluy u Place, you know Is good nnd has prom Ito of getting better nil tho time.
(2) Tako something easy thnt jou know joHcnu handle. Don't attempt big things
until you havo successfully handled smaller ones.
(3) Huy close to home. where miu can seo whnt you havo and keep your oye on It.
(4) Uuy for future ndvance rather than present worth. Get Mimethlng that In all
reason ought to be better next year.
(f.) Tako on all you can possibly handle. It you hnvo onough to pay down on ono
lot, take three Instead and pay part on each, Tho all-caBh method is too Blow for good
(6) Act at onco. Don't let grass grow under your feet. Delays never pay dlvldonds.
(7) Undeveloped property always pays bigger than developed property.
If you maRe an, investment in the KAIMUKI NEW OCEAN
VIEW DISTRICT, youf savings will have a splendid opportunity to
grow witluhe city.
If you have any doubt about the city growing-, think about the new buildincs to be
".? "??n,i inc!ud!n? tkf Federal building and a $150,000 Y. M. C. A. building, the millions
of do lars tp'bei scent by the Ui'SQovernment for military and naval improvements, the in
creasing millionsJof our agricultural and other products, the assured advantages to be derived
from the Panama Canal that will soon be completed, the way our delghtful and healthful
climate is being recognized as the best, and a few other things that makes it easy for us to
understand why Honolulu has the most promising future, that ever confronted an American
The size of our lots in the Kaimuki New Ocean View District are 11,250 sq ft each
and our prices are $500.00 for corner lots and $400.00 for inside lots, with liberal installment
KAIMUKI LAND COMPANY, Ltd.,
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