Report of the Governor of the Territory of Hawaii: To the Secretary of the Interior

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1902 - Hawaii
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Page 82 - 6 per cent coupon 10-20 bonds have been issued. Track has been built from Waiakea, at the east side of Hilo Harbor, to Kapoho, in the district of Puna, a distance of 24 miles. On this line and 7 miles out from Hilo is the Olaa Sugar Company's mill. From this point the railroad runs through Keeau and Olaa to the
Page 80 - reverse the coat of arms of Hawaii, the denomination, and the motto, "Ua mau ke ea o ka aina i ka pono.
Page 69 - as he is known throughout the Eastern and Pacific States, is unknown here. The man who desires to become a pioneer in this work is welcome, and he would find land at such prices as would seem to warrant his making the attempt, but he will find
Page 78 - It is surrounded on three sides by the sea, and on the other by a sheer precipice ranging from 1,800
Page 56 - An act to provide for the ascertainment and payment of all claims which may be made by persons whose property was destroyed by fire in the years AD 1899 and 1900, under orders of the board of health,
Page 67 - Hawaiian for the English language as an educational qualification made it easy for them to do so. Notwithstanding a most vigorous campaign by both Democrats and Republicans, the triumph of the Home Rule party was complete. The registration of voters by representative districts was as follows: Island of Hawaii: First representive district 1,317

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