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THE MAUI NKWvS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1913.
Ralph Kearns Shewed Visitor Possibi
lities of Small Farming on
Ralph II. Ke;trns,of the Terri
torial Immigration Bureau, was on
Maui during the past week. lie
visited all the centers where Rus
sians are employed, and looked in
to the conditions of their living,
working and general conduct. The
agent found everything satisfactory
and he will turn in a comprehen
sive report iipou his return to Ho
nolulu. Before visiting Maui, Kearns
traveled all over Kauai and Hawaii.
On the last named island he had
the Polish immigration man, Mr.
Okoloweiz, of Cracow, as a com
panion. The distinguished Polish
gentleman was out after informa
tion regar ling these islands as a
possible future home for Polish and
Russian immigrants. i
Mr. Okoloweiz had traveled over
the other islands of the group with
Dr. Victor Clark, and had gathered
all possible information regarding
plantation employment for his
countrymen. It was on Hawaii,
however, that the Polish immigra
tion man gained most knowledge
regarding the possibilities of the
"small farmer." At many points
on Hawaii, the investigator met
countrymen of his who have been
for years, in Hawaii. Some of these
farmers had originally arrived in
Hawaii, only to depart for the
mainland, soon after arrival. How
ever, a year or so on the Coast seems
to have made them long for Ha
waii and, at anyrate," many of them
returned and settled on the land of
the big island. - ,.
Mr. Okoloweiz saw some pleas
ing sights around in the Kona dis
trict, and also along the Hamakua
coast. He was'im pressed with the
contentment shown by the settlers,
and he remarked that the farmers
are far better off in these islands
than they could possibly expect to
be at home.
Agent Kearns returned to Hono
lulu, via Maui, but the Pole sailed
direct by the Mauna Kea. Mr.
Okoloweiz will report fully to the
bureau of which he is the head
and, upon his report, will depend
the success or failure of the scheme
to induce Polish immigrants to
come to Hawaii. The visitor was
the guest of the teritorrial immi
gration bureau during the whole of
CARD OF THANKS.
. Mrs. J. F. Abreu wishes to thank all
her relatives and friends for sympathy
extended, and floral tributes sent, during
her late bereavement.
The Board of License Commis
sioners for the County of Maui, will
hold a meeting in the public room
in the Masonic Temple, at Kahului,
on Thursday, the sixth day of March,
1913, at 10 a- m. to consider the
application of II. F. Seong for a
Second-Class License, Saloon, to sell
intoxicating liquors in a one-story
frame building adjoining the store
premises of Chong i ing, at keokea,
Kula, Maui, under the , provisions
of Act 119, Session Laws of 1907.
AH protests and objections against
the issuance of a license under such
application should be filed witli the
Secretary of the Board not later
than the time set for said hearing.
February 8, 1913.
D. C. LINDSAY,
Secretary, Board of License Com
missioners. Feb. 8, 15, 22, Mar. 1.
of I9i7, and of every oilier power me
hereunto tumbling, I, Walter I-'. Frear,
Governor of Hawaii, with the approval
of a majority of the Hoard of Commis
sioners of Agriculture and Forestry, hav
ing held the hearing of which notice has
been duly given as in said acts provided,
do hereby RE COM MEND and AP
PROVE as a Forest Reserve to be called
"KULA FOREST RESERVE.", those
certain pieces of government and private
ly owned land in the Districts of Kula
and Honuaula, Island of Maui, which
may be described roughly as a tract ly
ing on the western slope of Mount Hale
akala, between a line drawn along the
slope at an elevation of approximately
5000 feet and the crest of the mountain,
extending from and including the land
of Waiakoa to the southern extension of
the main ridgo of Mount Haleakala be
yond Polipoli, and containing nil area of
6075 acres, more or less, in the Districts
of Kula and Honuaula, Island and Coun
ty of Maui, Territory of Hawaii, more
particularly described by and on a map
made in August, A. D. 191 1, by the Gov-cruui-
' " vey Department of the Ter
ritory of Hawaii, which said map is now
on file in the said Survey Department
marked "Kula Forest Resrrve," and a
description accompanying the same,
numbered C. S. F. 2300, which said des
cription, now on file in said Survey De
partment, is ns follows:
(C. S. F. 3300)
Hegiiining at the forest reserve monu.
uient at the Northeast corner of Grant
517 to J. Sniffen and on the boundary of
Keokea and Katnaole, the coordinates of
said monument referred to Government
Survey Trig. Station "Puu-o-Kali" be
ing 15.027.5 feet South and 16,947 6 feet
East, -as shown on Government Survey
Registered map No. 2519, and running
bv true azimuths:
1. 228 58' 35" 13,414.0 feet along the
Waiohuli-Keokea Grazing laud to a
forest reserve monument at the head
01 the land of Koheo and on the
boundary of Waiohuli and Kaonoulu;
2. 208 0 02' 994S.7 feet across the lands
of Kaonoulu, Alae I & 2, Alae 3 &
4, and Waiakoa to a forest reserve
monument at a point called "Kobe"
on the boundary of Waiakoa and Ke
alahou 3 & 4, the coordinates of said
monument referred to Government
.Survey Trig. Station "Puu-o-Kali"
being 2553.0 feet North and 31,751.1
3. 315 0 58' 6647.0 feet along the land
of Kealahou 3 & 4 to a stone marked
by an arrow cut on rocky ridge be
tween two gulches;
4. 301 43' 2830.0 feet along the .land
of Kealahou 3 & 4 to a pile of stones
at the edge of a rocky gulch;
5. -3070 41' 6365.0 feet along the land
of Kealahou 3 & 4 to a pile of stones
on th boundary of Fapaanui;
6. 67 0 56' 7140.0 feet along the land of
Papaanui to a pile of stones on top of
7- 53 0 55' 3395- feet along the land of
Papaanui to a cross cut on the rock
over a sort of cave at a place called
8. 61 0 40' 12230.0 feet along the land
9. 68 3' 20" 1906.8 feet along the land
of Papaanui to "Keokea" Trig.Station
marked by a I J4" galvanized pipe;
10. 329 0 3' 30" 3121.8 feet across the
land ot Papaanui to a forest reserve
monument at a place called "Kieiei"
011 the boundary of Papaanui and Ka
hikiuui; 11. 83 0 44' 3570.0 feet along the land of
Auwahi in Kahiklnui to a forest re
serve monument in a cave;
12. 340 21' 30" 3350.0 feet along the
laud of Auwahi to a forest reserve
monument, said monument being by
true azimuth and distance 214 0 21'
30," 6990.0 feet from "Puu Ouli"
13. 116 0 45' 3090.0 feet across the land
of Kanaio along Grant 4640 to J. II.
Raymond to a forest reserve monu
ment ou the boundary of Kamaok
14. 1245. 13' 30" 1007.2 feet along the
kM, .mi in nut tiHtglll
Of Forest Reset ve In the Districts
of Kula and Honuaula, Island
and County of Maul, Territory
Under and by virtue of the authority
vested in me by the provisions of Chap
ter 28 of the Revised Laws of Hawaii, as
amended by Act 65 of the Session Laws
of 1905, and by Act 4 of the Session Laws
laiuLof Paeahu to a forest monument;
15. 204 0 35' 2640.0 feet to a forest reserve
16. 1 14 0 35' 1 320.0 feet to a forest reserve
17. 204 35' 1336.5 feet to a forest reserve
18. 294 0 35' 330.0 feet to a forest reserve
19. 204 35' 3976.5 feet to a point of
beginning. Area 6075 Acres.
And as provided by law, subject to the
existing leases, I do hereby SET APART
as parts of the Kula Forest Reserve those
portions of the government land known
as Waiakoa (.1567 acres), Alae 3 & 4 (70
acres), Waiohuli-Keokea (2450 acres),
Kauiaole (Polipoli Spring) (612 acres),
in the District of Kula and Papaanui (370
acres) in the District of Honuaula, alto
gether an area of 5069 acres, more or less,
that lie within the metes and bounds of
the abovt; described Kula Forest Reserv e
In WlTNKSS WhkrkoF, I have here
unto set my hand and caused the Great
Seal of the Territoryof Hawaii to be af
fixed. Done at the Capitol in Honolulu, this
nth day of September, A. I). I9'2.
W. F. FREAR.
Governor of Hawaii,
By the Governor,
E. A. Mott-Smith,
Secretary of Hawaii.
Feb. I, 8, 15, 22.
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