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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H THUR8DAY, JUNE 22, 1911.
Kllla. Lict, Ticks, Fleai, Mlte curee Mange, Bcaba, Ring.
wornn,,8rtohti,s to, deatroya Dlieaae Qerma, and drlvee away
FIU. . .'' M .1
,rfS.t'l Mill f
' Non-Irritating, Effective,'
' r !M Inexpensive ' . '
1 Benson, Smith & Co.,
Tli, Rexall 8tor
Tort and Hotel Streeta
yaimahtii Tract, Kalihi
3 New Bungalows
6 Rooms and Bat!, "connected with
sewers, each lot 56 1-2 x 2 i'8. Will
be sold on our easy payment plan.
The best bargain in Honolulu for the
money. Be wise and see us at once.
Dondero (3b Lansing
83 Merchant St.
and mare expensive land was becauae
they were afraid to take the makal
lands for fear of Incurring the hos
tility ofvthe plantation, and that audi
was "the fact watf self-evident because
men, in the nature or things, home
steading lands at Kapaa, would not he
taking admittedly poorer sections when
there was a direct Invitation, In print,
Issued by the Land Hoard, ofTerlnn
them the richer makal lands, This
fear was expressed by a number nt
the meeting and Wflfc acquiesced In by
nil. At 'the same time thesu home
steaders Were not hostile to the exist
ence of the plantation and freely ad
mitted that the presence of the plan
tation there, If conducted In n filendly
way to the homesteaders, would ho
their preservation, giving them a mar
ket for 'their produce and wages for
For the foregoing reasons, we retom
mend the lease In question foryn. crop
of pln,nt enne, the lease to contain n
recital of the Improvements Mr. J air
child has offered to make upon tho
land In lieu ,of a cash rental nnd In
bind him to mako the same, It being
distinctly understood that tho govern
ment reserves to Itself tho excluslvo
right to decide and pass upon the nues
tlon whether tho homesteads now and
hereafter taken up nt Kapaa nro a
success or moving to success or not.
It was further understood between
Mr. ralrchlld and ourselves that If at
the termination of his lenso the, home
steads were thriving and prospering In
me vicinity 01 ms pinmauon mm im
plications wero made to homestead the
land theretofore covered by his lease,
thus depriving him of tho rntoon crop
when he had made, good his represen
tations upon tho strength of which we
now recommend making n lease to hlni,
then In that event. In tho ndJuMments
between the plantations, the Incoming
liomesteaders nnd' the government
whereby the lands In question aro
given over to homesteads, arrange
ments should bo mnde whereby the
government sees to It that Mr. Knlr
child receives adequato compensation
for the loss of the ratoon crop. If,
however, Mr. Fajrchlld'fulli down on
his representations that homesteads
can succeed at Knpan, and that Is the
decision nt the government, ho then
concedes that he loses his ratoon crpp
and has no equitable claim for com
pensation therefor In any rospect what
soever. In other words, Mr. I'nlr
chlld'a own proposition to us Is that
he will itnml or fall' upon the success
of the homesteads established, and wa
recommend that he be taken nt hit
Wo lmvo taken the liberty of fur
nlshlng Mr. Fnlrchlld with n copy of
this report, so that If tho same Incor
rectly states his lows or position In
any particular, he will be. nt liberty
before the meeting called to consider
this report, to make the necessary
amendments or chnnges so as correct
ly and accurately to statu hs position
In tho premises.
) y13 '.4jysJetEj
$3 up to $12
Coyne Furniture Co.
YOUR. CREDIT IS COOD'
Quit a crowd gathered In front o'
th' Little Gem resturlnt ylsterday t' tee
a faller-win a droopin'a muttachs eat
apaghatty. Ther's no congestion o'
traffic on Easy Street.
It should bu stilted that wo recom
mend that oiiii of the tnmllllons of tho
iirooostd lease shut! be that the, gov
ernment rcsere to llsilf nil water
required during the ti rm of tho lea mi
for tho homesteaders nnd which
amount and requlreimnt tho govern
ment shall bo the role Judge.
(Signed) AI.!'Iti:i V CAUTr.lt,
Xf. A Kl.N'NUY,
Temperatures. C n m , 73: R n. in.,
73; 10 n. in., 79; noun, 79; morning,
Harumcter, 8 a. in 30.01; absolute
humidity, 8 a. m. G (174 Rralns icr
cubic foot; relative liuiiildity, 8 a. m.
7G per cent; Uow liolul, 8 n, m. no.
Wind. 6 n. in., velocity fi, direction
NR; 8 a. m., velocity 5 direction NI3;
in a. in.. eloolly 8, direction NK;
hoop, oloclty 9, dlrocllon NH.
Italufnll diirliiK 24 hours ended 8
a. ni. 0 Inch.
Total wind mocmeiit during' 24
hours ended at noon, 172 miles.
Cnblo advices hao been received
by II. Hackfuld & Co. Ltd., that Mri..
Clnra Olndo, widow of II. I' 01ndo, n
former member of tho aboo llrtn, died
at ISorlln, dermany, today.
Want ly II n 1 1 e 1 1 n f I nsr year.
The Best Dressed Men In
Are wearing our Clothing be-: .
cause they realize the superi
ority of these garments. Each
suit is made by the best tailors
the land affords.
THE STYLES THIS SEASON' '
are very attractive, and the
patterns and styles greater
than ever before. We guaran
tee all the colorings and the fit.
A Strong Combination
For Summer .Comfort
AN ELECTRIC FAN
AND PURE ICE
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
EDDIE FEItNANDEZ rcturnod yes
torday from n trip to Hawaii.
J. II. CONEY, ut Kauai, Ik In Hono
lulu on a. business trip, expecting to
AHTIIUIt II. KICK or Kauai was an
urrlval on tjiu lnter-lslaud steamer
W. 0. Hall, yesterday.
, EX-aOVEHNOll JOHN FRANKMN
FORT, of Now Jersey, will make a
short uddress to thevwombers of tho
Commercial Club nt luncheon tomor
row. II. CRESSATY left for the Coast
on tho Sierra yesterday, Ho has been
In ioor health for several weeks uud
will tnke a vacation beforo return
ing. i i" i i i
IluUetln phone numbers uret
Iluslueas Ofllce 2230.
IMItorJul Rooms 3185.
ACTS ON IVAPAA
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lands until and except as the same are
taken up by tho homesteaders. In which
event the plintallon must make Its
money out of the homesteaders by
handling their produce upon reasonable
business lines that Clvo a living and u
pro lit to both parties to the coivaot,
and there a no doubt in our mind
frnm lltn Inv.Hl I rm t Inn tnnili. flint sliell
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contracts can bo made."
In Justification of the, attitude 'of the
Uinil Hoard uuqvo referred to, to wit
to the effect tbut we would hold tho
Kapaa lands out Indefinitely because,
we werp satlsilcd thnt cltlxcns wero
afraid to homastead tho lands, bellov-
J,ng that they would Incur the hostility
or mo plantation uy so uoing, we wnu
to say thnt wo met a body of tho
homesteaders on Knunl at ,a meeting,
nrranged, by tho way, by Mr. Falr
rhlbL nnd from which he absented him
self In order that the people 'could
speak freely. At this meeting It was
brought out clearly from the home
steaders themselves thnt tho reason
they wero IriklhK tho mauKa, prforor
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