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EVMn& BjJLtifht, BokoLPLTT. f . g.,8ATOtPAT, APR.1C,.1910.
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Monday, Tuesday, & Wednesday
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FANCY -BELTINGS In a variety of colors. Regular,
COo. a yard; .special, 30c. a yard. ,
BATH TOWELS large size, heavy bath 'towels. Reg
ular price, $2.75 a dozen; special. $2.25 a dozen. Extra
izo, extra heavy bath towels. Regular price, $5.50 a
dozen; special, $4.75 a dozen.
LADIES' BLACK PETTICOATS New styles, trimmed
in ruffles. Regular prices, $1.25, $1.50, $2 and $2.25;
jpecial 05c., $1.10, $1.50 and $2.
1910 SPRING AND SUMMER STYLES of Ladies'
hand-embroidered SHIRT-WAISTS. The daintiest and
most exquisite waists we have ever shown. Also, LINEN
TAILORED WAISTS. Now on display in our Fort street
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BILL BUSTER'S LETTER TO HIS FATHER
Well, hero t am In Honolulu. It ,ls certainly a mighty'-flno place. You
might call it I ho land of sugar nnrt sumdilnc; nnd,,nn far as I ,cnn see, the
peoplo are the same Hint Is, they have tho sugar In their heart and tho
sunnhlno In their smllo. They havo go much local prlde;t everyono linvlnit
soipcthlng good In pay of Honolulu. They nro nil up, hnfl ijolng nml nn
Idlo man soon feels hut of place. AH of them nro nlco to mo nnd ou havo
thu feeling thnt you havo fallen amongst friends. , i
Honolulu Is ns up tn data In Us street car service, ImlldlnRs, stores,
hotels nnd restaurants, ns cities of ten times 'Its size; they certainly liao
nothing to lenrn In this line. Saturday night, my first night hero, I took n
stroll around tho business imrtlon nt tlc city and I 'was surprised to sco
lioto progrcsslvo tho merchants ure. Most of them tlKht their stores well,
and somo ovon light up tho sidewalk In front ofthclr stores, Just as Is dono
In San Francisco. In fact, some of tho sidewalks nro a continual string
of lights. I crtnlnly mado no mistake when I rnmo hero for I nm In lovo
with the place already, I nm told thcro nro somo beautiful sights nil
around the city, and in my iyxt letter will tell you. all about them. I will
try and write to catch every boat and that will lio about onco n week.
Yours with love.
(Continued, from Page 1.)
conformation should go with them.
To Lease Kaoaa Land.
"Ono of tho proposed leases Is of
tho remaining cano lands of Kapaa,
' comprising about IfiOO acres, which
i with tho necessary water It Is planned
a loftso for fifteen years nt nn nnnnal
vale lands havo been sandwiched In
with each other. At the samo tlmo rental or 17.000, with, of conrso, tho
the Mors upon theso lands, In order' right to withdraw tho whole or any
Cakes With Whipped Cream
BETWEEN THE LAYERS OF LIGHT SPONGE AND LIB
ERALLY COVERED WITH CHOCOLATE HAVE CARE
FUL ATTENTION FROM OUR BAKERS.
'HOTEL. NEAR UNION STREET
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THE POWDERED SOAP
Sanitary and fragrant. A delight.
ful accessory in the toilet of Milady,
Economical and eliminates danger of
transmission of skin diseases. In
two sizes 25 cents and $1. A hold-j
er for a trifle more.
Benson, Smith & Co.
HOTEL AND FORT STREETS
to ho used most advantageously, have
to bo used to gomo extent In a criss
cross fashion. Thus tho disposition
of tho water necessarily plays a largo
part In tho question of tho disposition
of tho lands. Moreover, portions of
cert nln lands, belong by natural com
part at nny tlmo for homestcndfng pur
"Tho proposed corrcsiondlnB water
llccnso Is of tho surplus watur of Ka
paa after reserving suinclvnt for tho
Knp.ia cane, rlco nnd other lands, ami
nlso for futuro homesteader, wTilcli
tour jnore unnrfinrlateh' with oilier i llccnso It Is planned to Issuo nt nn an-
lands having different legal titles. iiual rental of $2500 for a period of
"A number of nronosltlons havo twcnty-llvo years, with a condition
been threshed out .until finally ono i that the llcensco shall construct cer-
..... .i . a.m.- n'(n(n i-ABflp,ntrfl nnd ftlhna nt n mat
proved satisfactory, and a scoro of
documents havo had to bo drawn nnd
worked over In order to carry out this
proposition. It Is believed to bo high-.
)y beneficial to both tho Territory nnd
tho Mnkco Sugar Company. Tho gen
eral basts of notion, was tho roport of
tho three appraisers mado two years
and two days ago. A few minor
changes havo been mado, In view,
mainly, of changes tha linvo occurred
subsequently In conditions. Without
going Into tho numerous details In
volved In order to carry tho main oli-
vuiti'u in urur tu uuujr iiiu main utrt ,---- y
Ject,, It may bo stated briefly that tho I f toad purposes
tain reservoirs and Pitches at n cost
of not less than $50,000, which wilt re
vert to tho Territory at tho end of tho
"Tho lease of tho, lands of Anaholu
nnd Knmnlomalo Is of most of tho por
tion of thoso luuds situated below the
forest lino, comprising about 1380
acres of land that has been In or is
sultablo for cano and about 1875 acres
of pasture land. It 1s piooscd to put
this up for fifteen years at an annual
rental of $2760, with, of course, tho
provision for withdrawal for home-
proposition Involves an exchango, two
leases and two wator licenses.
"In the exchange tho Territory con
voys tho lower portion of South Olo
hena, comprising 419 acres; two par
"Tho corresponding proposed water
llccnso Is of tho waters of those lands.
with certain exceptions for homestead
ors nnd others, which llccnso It Is
planned to put up for fifteen years at
an annual rental of $1000. tho licensee.
tlonsof Kapaa, tho lower portion Com4l construct certain dltehes and res
prising G3J ncrcs, which moro appro- ,rPIfB a cost of 'hoV fess than I2?,
prlaicly belongs to the adjacent land, 000' which' will rdyertjQalio.TerrltQry.
of Walpoull, and tho other tho upper I "under each of tho looses, tho lesseo
portion, comprising 131.7 ncrcs, which F " to construct and maintain .tho nee
moro appropriately belongs to tho ad-",arr fences across theso lands for
jacont land of Kealia; also a tract of he protection of forcsWnnd so forth,
104.5 acres at Watanao, on tho Island I u,"t '" Triiiu u iwwur innus vi mo
of Oaliit. Tho total acreage bf theso, B8ar company from tho ilppcr lands
four tracts is 1285.7 acres, of which
722 havo previously been In cano and
n smaller area may bo put in cano by
tho Installation of tho necessary Irri
gation works. On tho other hand,
thero Is conveyed to tho Territory all
of tho upper portions of tho lands of
Walpoull nnd North Olohena, com
prising 2977 acres, practically nil of
which Is good hnmesteullng land, and
also about iwo-tblrds of n. lot of 10.43
acres, valued at $17,251.50, In Manoa
Valloy, required fpr the Collcgq of Ag
riculture, tho other third of this lot
being purchased by tho Territory out
of moneys derived from sales of otliqr
lands. This lot was put In In order to
oven up tho exchango,
The General Result.
"Tho result Is that tho Territory, be
sides acquiring a much needed and
long desired addition to Its slto for the
Territorial College of Agriculture, ob
tains an unbroken stretch of good
homcstcadlng lands from tho land of
Kealia to tho land of Ilanamaulu, em
bracing tho lands of Kapaa, Walpoull,
North and South Olohona and Wallua,
making a comblnod area, with amptp
water, of perhaps 8,000 or 10,000
acres; whllo tho sugar company pieces
out n portion of Its cano lands by ob
taining other lands which by natural
of tho Territory.
"In this connection it may bo Inter,
cstlng to know that mtdur tho old
leases, tho last of which expired last
August, tho Territory received a com
bined rental of only $1910 for 17,030
acres. Largo portions of theso lands
have now been set nsldo 'for forest
purposes- 129 homesteads havo been
disposed' of alroady, and many oilier
homestead lots havo been surveyed;
ales, Including two exchanges of
small areas, havo already been mado
to tho oxtent of $18 G57, nnd other por
tions, mainly rlco lands, havo been
leased at a combined annual rental of
$84G0f,0. 'If tho proposed now leases
and licenses when put up at auction
sell at only tho upset prices, tho total
annual rentals of tho leased portions
of theso -lands .will amount to $21,
310.R0 annually. The larcor Dortloii'.
r although not tho moro valuable 'por
tion, will still remain for disposition
by leaso or for homcBtcadlng purposes
or other Iso.
I "Perhaps tho most complete survey
that has over been mado In tills Tor-
rltory has been mado of these lands,
showing not only boundaries, streams,
roads, buildings, ditches, resorvolrs,
i etc., and the different kinds of lands,
sucu as cano, rlco, pasturo, forest, and
wnsto lands, but also the cano lands of
dlffercnfgradcs or qualities and other
lands that nro sultablo for cano culti
vation. Dcsldcs this; measurements
htno been mado of streams and reser
voirs, and moro recently a topographic
survoy has been mado which will bo
published ns n part of the general to
pographic map pf the Island of
The fact that Hostetter's
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thousands of sickly people
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past 57 years should con
vince you that it is the med
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HEARD AROUND WASHINGTON.
Tariff Conccsslonlst "I nm glad to
hear that thero Is a disposition on
tho part of our Government to make
the Tariff situation ngreeablo-to.our
foreign competitors by a liberal view
of what constltitcs 'iinduo' discrimi
nation. That Is a proiwr spirit of gon
erouB concessions to our rlvuls,"
Undo Sam "ucnorous fiddlesticks!
Haven't you noticed that wo are lm
IKirtlng $7b0 000 0QO of dutlablo nnd
competitive goods (his ear $300,000
000 moro than last jear? And that
our trade bnlanco has dropped down
to $275.000 000, just one-halt what we
ought to hayo? No, sir; our policy
should be to strictly enforco'tho law
against Tariff dlbcrlmlmillon, to res
trict compotitlvo Imports, and In ev
ery way to Protect American labor
and Industry. That Is what I xtand
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Assorted Preserved Fruits
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Tho Instruction target practice) far phono Bytdom. Ito I filling tho post
the Second llattullon, 20th Infuutry, ton formerly held by Corporal Cur
began Monday mornliiR InBt, The fir- run, Company II, 20th Infuntry, who
Inc has coiitlnucd every mornliiR dur- hna been sent to tho school musketry.
Ing tbo week. Theru In ono sauad rrealdln of Monterey, California.
from each company detailed for llrltiK rilvnto Davli Uttlo, Company K,
dally. Tho raiiEea of tho flrlnn thlrf 20tlr Infantry, lun been relieved from
vTuck havo boen 200 yards, 300 yardH, otra duly oh nluchuilc In tho Quartor-f
50p yardH pud COO yards. Most of tho mauler Department and will roport to
men mado very good records. Tor hi company for duty,
this week tho firing will bo continued Private Daniel Twcdalo, Company
from tho uamo ranges and mtxt wcolc i:, Irvuto Anol Cook Company V and
longer ranges nnd skirmishing will bo l'rlwp l.vo lloduihlmor, Company O,
the practlco, havo beei liotnlled on special duty In
l'rlvate Oeorgo Kallehor. Troop K, conntctlon with'n survey of tho ro-
Sth Cavalry, who has been In the Vmt servntlon.
Shaftor post hospital for eomo tlmo The" drills for this week for tho
has been reported fit for duty and companies except (lioso on duty at
returned to nis proper siution, hciio- ino largci rango were iiosmon ami i
Held UarraekH, iilmlug dillls. I
Left Behind 1'rvuto Henry, Company O, 20th In-
Homo of tho men that wero left bo- fnntry, was n'lmltted to tbo post bos-
hind when tho transport sailed Tluirs- pltal Thursday morning. i
day havo reported at Kurt Bhaftor and Lecture. .
will bo held until the next transport Company (1, 20th Infantry, was glv
irrlvcs when they will bo sent, to en a lecturo Thursday at 1:30 p. m,
their proper stations. at tho post gymnasium by Lieutenant
I'rlvato Grant, Company H. 20th In- Hmlth, Medical Corps, II. B. A. Tho
fantry, has been detailed on epcclij entro company was In attendanco ex
duty In connection wlth-tho iiot'Ule-cept ilia guard and'slcK;1- Jk
Tho lawn around tbo administration
building was trimmed Thursday and
It Improved the appearance ot tho
building very much.
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