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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, 8ATUnDAY, JUNE 8, 1912.
OFFICIAL CORRESPONDENCE ENDS
ON PUNCHBOWL TREES
.lolin K, Colburn, treasurer of the
Knnlolnnl cstntc, hat fcnt to Ilia Iltil-,
lclln tlio followltiK communication,
containing conies 'of tho correspond
ences lictwern tliJ estata and army
licndqtinrterB licrc on (he Punchbowl
Honolulu, T. !!., Juno 7, 1912.
ir.miur r.tuniiiK iiniieuu;
Tho Kaplolanl Kstalo having re-
"Veil n letter from Drip. Ocn. M. M.'
.ricorob. ComdR. It. 8. Army In our
Territory, whereby ho admits ant'
right to cut and take away tho nlgo-'
roba trees now growlnB In tho Arm-'
pnnit of Atiwnlollmii at present under
lrnRo to said company, I ask your hi-,
diligence to publish the same together
ullh our answer to his. j
JOHN V. COMIUUN. I
Headquarters Department of Ilauali
Honolulu, T. 1!., Juno 4, 1912.
Kaplolanl Kstatc, Ltd.,
Honolulu, II. T.
Itcplylng to your letter of tho 3rd
Instant, forwarding letter of May til,
1012, I lmo tho honor to Inform oul
Hint the guard established on the
Punchbowl Military Reservation was'
plared there for the 'purpose of pro-,
tecting tho Bhnric trees on that reser
vation from Illegal destruction.
There has been no Intention to ex
ercise any restraint over tfio enjoy-j
incut by the Kaplolanl Instate, Ltd.,1
nf Its full rights over the lands held
In lcaso by that 'estate.
Tho guard has been Instructed not
In Interfero with tho cutting of trees
itiid removal of flro wood from that
portion of tho i enervation under lease
to the Kaplolanl Kstatc, Ltd. I
In this connection tho attention of
the Kaplolanl KState, Ltd., is InUtcd,
tor Biieli explanation as It cares to
make, to the fact that a number of
trees (1i,) liavo been cut down on that
portion of tho reservation which Is
r.ot Included in tho terms of Its lease.,
mid to an approximate dlstnnco of fifty
feci (SO ft.) within the boundaries nf
that portion of the reservation which
Is distinctly under military control.
M. M. MACOMIT.
Brigadier General, U. S. Army,
June 7th, 1912.
In Ko cutting of nlgcroba trees on
tYour letter of tho 4th Inst., ac
knowledging ours of tho 31st ult Is
We note, with genuine, regret, Hint
our vendee, Matsunaga, has appar ,
cntly lnlBtnkcn tho boundary lino be-!
tuecn Aunnlollmu and tho U. 8. Gov
ernment Reservation, and has cut
down a number of trees formorly
standing upon said Reservation. Dill
wo disclaim all manner of responsi
bility for such unauthorized cutting,
and the ticspnss Involved therein. He
tore tho beginning of operations under
our llccnso to snld Matsunaga, our
Treasurer went with him to the
Punchbowl crater, and showed him,
on nearly as could bo done without
an actual survey, the boundary line
in question agreed to hnvo tho line
run and slakes set, by a suncyor, as
toon hs possible, and cautioned him
to keep away from the locality of the
boundary, until such boundary should
bo inndo Instructing him especially
to work from tho westward toward
tho east, and to take no chances of
over-stepping tho boundary lino. We
Inter learned, with surprise, thnt Mat
sunnga had disregarded these instruc
tions, and Ji.td begun operations In
tho vicinity nf tho boundary line, with
the resulting trespass, which you
mention. No ono moro sincerely thnn
tho oIIleerH nf this corporation regrets
Hits stupid blunder on tho part of our
otnlco, but, as above, we disclaim all
In order that our written authority
to Matsunnga should bo here placed
on record, wo append a copy of our
receipt given to him for the purchase
prlco of tho wood purchased by him
from us, as follows.
Honolulu, May 3rd, 1912.
"deceived from Matsunaga Klvo
Hundred Dollars for the privilege nf
cutting down nnd removing tho nlgo
lobn or klawo trees glowing on the
land of Auwaloltmu from this dnto to
August 1, 1912, (not at present sub
leased by this company or Its prede
cessor In title to anyone.)
"(Slg) Kaplolanl Kstato, Limited.
"Ily John F. Colburn,
Very respectfully yours,
KAI'IOLANI KSTATK, LTD,
Ily JOHN K. ('OLI)imN,
Urlg. Gen. M. M. Macomb,
Comdg. DepL.of Hawaii,
"Does your wife regret
married a. poor man?"
"Not so much as I do."
Attention! Knights of Pythiat.
Tucxdny, Juno 11. being u holiday.
Mystic Lodge No. 2 will postpone Its
rrgulnr convention until Tuesday, June
18. A ppcclnl meeting will be held on
that dnto to confer the three rnnks.
All Knights are requested to attend.
A. R. ANGUS. K. of It. & S.
1I1LO, Juno 4 Within two weeks
from today the representatives of the
big hotel Kjndlcnte thnt Is to Mart
the new scheme of tilings In Illlo, Ho
nolulu nnd nt tho volcano, will lie In
Hawaii The party Is expected to nr
rive In lllln on or nliout June 13, nnd
then the much discussed proposition
will be fairly under way
The option on tho lllln Hotel nnd the
Volcano limine will expire chortly lif
ter the arrival of the party, nnd It Is
anticipated thnt, before the syndlento
men arc hero u day or so, they will get
busy nnd close the deal.
Advices from tho mainland liullcntn
that everything Is running Miinnthly
tin concerns the nyndlcate'n nffalrs, nnd
that the big hotel men nro becoming
more nnd more Interested In tho
scheme to innke the volennu n national
nset as a world's tourist resort
As soon ns tho plans nf the sjndl
cnte nssiime definite nhnpe there should
bo n linum In Illlo that will eclipse im.
thing of tho sort ever Keen In the llu
wnllau Islands before The erection
of the huge hotel nt the crater's edge
will lie n big lontract. nnd the neces
snry material will take n lot of hand
ling before It Is delivered lit the nltc
of the prnpnspil ntriicture.
It Is certain thnt n largo amount of
knit will lie used In tho Inside decora
tion work, nnd the inueh-iirlred Ha
waiian mahogany can lie easily obtain
ed In tho Immediate vicinity of the
The Illlo tlallroad Company stands
ready to build Its trnck to the crater
ns soon as tlio llunl plans for the con
struction of the big hotel are made
public mid tho contract Is undertaken
There have been many Inquiries late
ly from people Interested In homesteads
and summer lots on the wny to the
volcano. Tho lucky ones who got In
on the ground floor are congralulatlnK
themselves on the fact that the rail
road w III pass close to their doors
The Best Milk That,
Money Can Buy
Purest and Richest In
Butter Fats and Solids
I 8S I
ARE BUSY ON MAUI
W.UM'KP. Juno 8 Link MeCand
Icsf, tlio man who holds the Demo
cratic party In Hawaii In tho palm of
his hand, has lnvnded Maul, on his
tlrst tour of tho campaign In tho
McCnndlcss party are sinli spelllijnil
orn iih Paul llokll, O K Keaweliakii,
Tom Chirk and Konpbox Iiarron, They
nro making a tour this week around
Hist Maul Tlio llrst speech wns de
livered Wednesday evening nt tTlupn
lakiia nam there Mies wont on to
.KuiipiT, Klpnhuln, liana, Keanno, llu
.elo and Pnmvcln, arriving back In
Valliiku next Wednesday They pro-
poso holding u big t.itkfcKl on .Market
'street Wednesday cvenlnga Maul
AT TDE HOTELS
ALEXANDER YOUNG HOTCL.
Dr, .lniiics It. I ln ncs, Hchollcld liar
racks; Lf. J. Laild, Hi hotlcld llarracks;
Lt. W. K. Picdgcll, Schoflold liar
rucks; I). U, Mctzgcr, Hawnll; i:. H
Shepherd, Washington, I). O.; II. W.
Thomas nnd wife, t-'nn Kraucisco; II.
A. Truslovv, Walmcn, (' Woltcrs. Nna
Ichu; Pol, and .M's. 0 G Morton, I'
. A.; I-'red. W Pitts and wife. 1 S.
A.; Lt nnd Mrs. .1 li. Abbott, I' S.
A.; O. P. M. Ilnunril and wife, V S,
A.; G I" Knllcy and wire, V S. A ,
P G Adams and wife, lloston; II
Swift, nnd wife, V S. A ; .1 VriW and
wife, Lcllchun, P L. Davenport nnd
wife. ISA. Itobert It Hernlng 1
S, A , ,1 Jorgeusen, Aien, II Smith,
city; A J Greene, Kniinukl, W. II
Tldwcll, San Prnnclsco, A S W(lco
and wire, Llhue, Knunl; P W Spitz,
LIhue, Knunl, G. N Wllcnv, Llhue.
Knuul! II. II. Morris. Seattle; Mrs I'
Williams and daughter, Wnlalua; L.
A. Glunca, Wniinon, Onhu; II. Yoko
take, Tokso; .1. II. .Raymond, cliy;
Mrs. II. It. Ilrjnnt and daughter, Ha
waii; W I). Illekey, Pujtiin, Ohio,
i:. P. Hlckey, Mlddlctown. Ohio; Ma
dame Pearl Llnjd, Snn KruiirlM-o;
Mis (1 II Rodney, Lcllchun, Llzlc
Weller and mother, New ork City;
A W Kanies, Wilhlnwa, J N S. Wll
Hams mid wife, Knhulul. Roger Wll
Hams, Kahulul; Mrs. Phns. Hays,
Laurn li Hun! San l-'rnuelsio, N A
,irdy Snn l-'ranelno Lmla ih Ha
veil San rriiuclsco, loci Wni bolder
San l-'ranelico, Dr nnd Mrs ' P
Russell. Wechawkon. N I , Mrs I.
S Goodhue, Kona, Hawaii, Dorothv
Goodhue, Koiui, llau'nil, M S Good
hue, San Prancl-soo; J II. Mlllnii, illv;
Mis. It. Prescolt. Snn rrnliclKio, Mrs.
Alice l'lldo, Snu Kriinclaen; liwell
P. Krost, Los Angeles, P. S MeAllls
ter, San I'rnncisin; J II. Small, cltv;
It. W Olson, Knbuku: I. nny Doug
las, llvvn. J Wnrmser. San Praiulseii;
f L. (Will. Snn I'rniulseo Mrs M L
Glbb. Snu I'runilsi o. II I' llenslnud.
Snn l-'riiuilseo, I r .1 .1 Morris. Snn
Pnyielsio, P I) l'lsher, Snu l-'rnn
clsto, P Illggc-rstniT San Prnuilsi-o,
W li Phamberlaln, lleikelcy. Pal , W
I, Neilirhold V Y,.rli if. I
New ioh. Ml- hnplu, is, inr V
link. Mr-. M II C miml . S S on
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