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ASSOCIATED OARAGE, LTD. Auto Supply Department
Geary Street, above Union Square
Just opposite Hotel St. Francis
European Plan $1.60 a day up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
Steel and brick structure, fumtsh.
I tigs cost $200,000. nigh class hotel
a t moderate rates. Center of theatre
and retalldlstrict. On car lines trans,
ferrine allover city. Omnibus meets
all trains and Meamers. Send for
booklet with map of San Francisco.
Hotel Stewart now recognized as
address, "Trawets." ABC Code.
For Four Weeks on
Complete Hat Stock
102" Nnnnnn M
SIX DENIED BY
I ARE GRANTED
Hoflschlaecer & Co. Are Refuted a
be leased. This act specifically says
Unit liny twenty-five persons' who
wish to take up homesteads may
make an application for the opening
of that land for settlement nnd the
government must open it for them."
"It Is the policy of the Territory to
hnve all the public land 'possible
homentended," said Campbell. "The
sugar company In taking over this
land bus to expend $5a,00U;for ditches
nnd other Improvements, to get, the.
water on this 1K00 acres at1 Kan'rtft,
Wholesale License Resolutions .. , ,t, ,i n, ..,, n.i,, imi
jRninsi wecimcrs ana screened
Fionts Arc Passed.
There's a Way
to kce- nnd serve
so that its sparkle nnd snap
Yoj qet the benefit of that
Corner Hotel and Bethel Sts.
C. J. MCCARTHY, Proprietor
OPEN ALL YEAR
The Scenic Attraction of California-
A valley of great b:auty and jrrandeur, unique in its
assemblance of sheer walls of great height, imposing peaks,
and the number of its stupendous waterfalls.
Now Reached by Rai! A Quick,
Daily train service from Merced to the Park Line, con
nects at Merced with Southern Pacific and Santa Fe.
0. W. LEHMER. Traffic Manager. Y. V. R R.. Merced. Cal.
SPEND THE SUMMER DAYS AT
WHERE THE RATES AREL0W
Sachs Block, Fort and Beretania Sts.
h'luc furnished rooms, tl per day
$10 and upwards per mouth. Splen
MPS, C. A. BEAISDELL. Prop.
First-Class Family Hotel
Best Bathing on the Beacb
W. C. BERQIN. Prop.
"At- Reasonable Prices "
Honolulu Wire Bed Co., Ltd.,
BTORE CORNER ALAKEA AND KING STREETS
FACTORY ALAPAI SrREET
Every Member of the Family
WILL FIND USE FOR AN
EACH ONE CAN USE IT IN HIS OR HER OWN
ROOM, FOR IT OANE ATTACHED TO ANY LAMP
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
MWW "Elastic'; Cabinet. I
At tho meeting of tho Hoard of
I.lcenso Cnmnilssloncrs yesterday f
tcrnnon seventeen licenses wero
granted nnd six wero dented, nmong
tho hitter n wholesale liconsc being
denied to IloiTsrhlaogor nnd Company
for which the board gavu no reason.
Wing Chong l.utig. Hop Hcng,
Kwong Chong l.ung, Aala Sntoon,
I'rost Saloon wcr thoio who were re
fused retail licenses by the board tho
reiiHon that moU of tho Chinese lost
their prhlli'gc to sell being tho con
tlnuanca of selling Impuro liquor.
Anln nnd I'rost saloons were turned
down by tho commissioners by reason
of being outside tho flro limits of the
city and they were nlno refused per
mission to change their sites.
In tho c.iso of Corded of Fliver
Itlilno Saloon ha was given a renewal
and permission to mno Insldo the
(Ire limit tt as he Is a cripple nhd could
not support his family In any other
Mrs .Derthn Klcmmo wns granted
a renewal of her license but denied
Sundny prU lieges.
Two resolutions were passed at the
board meeting yesterday afternoon,
ono hitting the rectifiers in that rec
tided spirits, compound, blend or Iml
tntion liquor must haro a large red
label, and the other thnt saloon en
trances on streets must he free from
screens to the satisfaction of the
Tho complete resolutions follow:
Hesolvcd, That on or before July
15, 1910, nil containers of com
pound, blend type or Imitation
liquor must bear a label attached
In a conspicuous place designating
whether such liquor bo n com
pound, blend or Imitation, such la
bel to bo colored HED. and of n
length ot four nnd a halt Inches
and a width of ono Inch, tho let
tering to be heavy, black type, not
less than,, one quarter Inch In
In ensotnuy licensed premises
shnll fall to have labeled, or offers
for salo any of the uboo desig
nated liquors without such label. It
will bo within tho power of the
board to suspend or revoke such
Rcolvcd,ihy the hoard of license
commissioners,. That on or hlforo
July 15, 1910, In licensed saloon
premises nil street entrances and
windows opening upon streets
Bhall bo freo from screens, to tho
satisfaction of Ilia board.
The licenses which were granted
were to Ah Chow, T. Sumldn, 8. Kl-
mura, 0. Cordes. Soiiourht. Wing Wo
Tat, I T Hynp, W. C. Peacock &
Company, Chung .Ming, K. cunlia, u
J. McCarthy, J. T. Scully, J T Sllva,
Was and Was, Mrs. U. Klemme. J.
Thompson nnd Seattlo Ilrnwlng Com
We undenUix! llic science of modem filing
equipment niffidendy to aplua its uses with
out Incurring the risk o( over ijrttemkuing.
Let us show you how w um it In out own
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031 Fort Street
ELAOS AND FIREWORKS
FOR THE FOURTH OF JULY
We Are Headouarters for These
Wall, Nichols Co.,
If It's Paint
AND YOU. WANT A GOOD JOB, SEE ME TOM SHARP
ARE SEEN EVERYWHERE
HAWAIIAN FISHERY, LTD.
King Street Fish Market
FOR YOUR GROCERIES, SEE
AMERICAN BROKERAGE CO.
03-05 King Street, near Maunakea
Phone 291 Daily Delivery
At tho first me.ettng of the Land
Hoard, which took place yesterday af
ternoon from two until after live
o'clock,' the sentiment of the Hoard
seemed to bo considerably against
the granting of the Knpaa leases to
Makeo Sugar Company, which was
represented at the meeting by , A.
The whalo question of the leasing
or offering for hotneBtend of public
land was threshed out at length and
It seemed the opinion of tho Hoard,
ulthougli no vote wns taken, that
leases should bo granted only nfter
a thorough advertising of land ,for
homestead purposes nnd no applica
tions had been received from pros
Thurston, representing tho sugar
company, told of the work 'his com
pany was to do on this land and tho
stops which had-been taken fqr tho
exchange tpf certain other land In tho
Territory 'to tho goverifnient fo this
Kupaa land on a llfteen year lease.
The organization of tho Hoard ana
will bo In good shape Tolbe'mken up
by homesteaders .Willi liermanentj
water on It."
"Why hnsn't ihe maukn land Wen
taken fort homesteads?" was nsked by
"It will bo tnltcn nt once, I think.
If the mnkal landgoos to the planta
tion," Campbell replied. '"The peo
ple there seem to want thojilanlntlon
to hue this other land beforo they
tako the mnukn land, for then they
aro assured of transportation nnd n
plnco to sell their cune."
In the connection with homesteads,
at this point Campbell told the Hoard
that he had received recently applica
tions from four Callfornlnns now In
the Territory for homesteads of thir
ty acres each and thnt they repre
sented other Callfornlnns who would
take up more land In tho near fu
ture. ' '
"How much land In that section be
longing to tho government can be Ir
rigated with tho proposed water de
velopment?" wns asked.
"Twcnty-fho hundred acres In the
whole section will bo undor wnter by
tho proposed ditches," replied the
"Tho discretion of Governor Frenr
nnd Commissioner Campbell aro
much less In public lnnd matters
slnco the pussuge of the amend
ment to tho Organic Act and
the appointment of this Board,
and the Hoard Itself hasn't much dis
cretion to use," said Kinney. "This
law is mandatory upon us and the
other omcers who have anything to
do with public lands. This commit
tee of twenty-nve men can tie up tho
whole country, nearly."
Thurston asked, after the ' argu
ment had gone on for soma moments
and the members of tho Hoard had
looked nt the maps of tho land under
discussion, if the -Hoard or some of
its members did not want to look
oer tho land Itself, but he received
no enthusiastic acceptance even nf
ter Campbell had" stated that all nec
essary expenses of the members to
mal 0 this trip or any trip In connec
tion with their investigation 1 would
be nt government oxpense. '
"A government lease Is not w'orth
much these day.," said Kinney.
"Under this act any la-d under lease
may bo withdrawn from lenso nt any
time that twenty-live persons want it
for homestead purposes, and that
Isn't much Inducement for a company
to axpend $50,000 for Improvements
on such land, knowing thnt it may
bo deprived of tho land a month nf
ter acquiring It, only giving time to
harvest the standing crop.
"It nppears to me," ho continued,
"that It Is tho purpose of the govern
ment, as expressed by Congress In
this net, that the public lands"of the
Territory aro for homestead purposes
firsthand then after no 'nkerj come
forward the land may be leased. I do
not think thnt land should bo sold
to homestead! rs except at the lowest
prices, say from ono to ton dollars
an aero. A plantation might be will
ing to pay SI50 an aero for land
which should be sold to a home
steader for two dollars an aero, it
Is hard for tho homesteader to get n
sturt nnd many times he'tuu to work
a few days on his land and then go
to a plantation to work n week, to get
money enough to go ahead on his
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THE 0RPHEUM BURNED
IS STILL ALIVE
HAWAIIAN SODA WORKS
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DRESS SHIRTS ONE OF OUR
J. Ahadie, Prop. 258 Beretania St.
Hawaiian News Co.,
Alexander Young Building
Inter-Iahiud mid O, It, & 1.. shipping
looks for snle nt the 11 11 1 1 o 1 1 n
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At half past one o'clock this after
noon n youth named' Joe Kaluna was
caught after an exciting chase nnd
eventually landed In thq police cells.
It nppeurs that Joseph wus seen ling
ering around Dr. llobdy's rosidonre
Its powers wero dlscuBsfd ut length,1 o Kowalo and glider avenue, Tho
the' section of the Organic Act relat- I1. who claims to be seventeen years
Ing to its powers nnd duties being be- of ugo, was observed trt. be paying
fore tho meeting at odd moments Breat attention to the chicken house
from tho onenlng until the closing of the doctor,
i,- As noon as Kaluna saw that he
After Thurston had finished prd- wns observed ho endeavored to es
scntlng lilB case Kinney nuked Cump- cape but Dr. Hobdy soon started a
bell If this lnnd had been offorod for matuthon nround the block nnd, after
homestead purposes nnd he replied almost losing tho lad twice, finally
that tho mukal land had not but that managed to, grab him and then tele
the mauka land had with no takers. phono for the police.
'There Is no discretionary power' Detectlvo Olsen was dispatched In
given the Superintendent of l'ubllo tho patrol wugon nnd he thon formal
lauds nor this Hoard," Bald Kinney, ly urreBted the young man nnd con
..i .i. ,if r nvlne what lund veyed him to the police Btutlon, where
I Bhall be homeBtendod or UntAlmll! Chief McDuffle Is (uvestlgatlng tho
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