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title: 'The Garden Island. (Lihue, Kauai, H.T.) 1902-current, December 05, 1911, Page 10, Image 12',
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THE GARDEN ISLAND. .
Notice of Konohiki Fishery
NOTICE OF THE ESTABLISH
. MENT OF THE KONOHIKI
OF RIGHT OF FISHRY IN
AND TO THE WATERS AP
PURTENANT TO THE AHU
PUAAS OF N A W I L I W I L I
AND NIUMALU, ISLAND
AND COUNTY OF KAUAI.
Notice is hereby given by the
undersigned, lessee of the Konohi
ki rights of fishery in and to the
waters appurtenant to the Ahu
puaas of Nawiliwili and Niumalu,
that on the 11th. day of October,
A. D. 1911, a judgment was made
and entered in the Circuit Court of
the First Judicial Circuit of t h e
Territory of Hawaii in that certain
action entitled. "Cecil Brown,
Trustee of the Estate of Kaleipua
Kanoa, deceased, plaintiff, vs. The
Territory of Hawaii, defendant,"
action to establish fishing rights,
ordering, adjudging and decreeing
that the said Cecil Brown, Trustee
of the said Estate of Kaleipua Ka
noa, deceased, had lawfully es
tablished an exclusive, private, Ko
nohiki right of taking, appropriat
ing, and setting aside and apart for
his sole use, benefit and enjoyment,
in the manner provided by law,
one particular kind, variety, or
species of fish in each of the waters
appurtenant to the Ahupuaas of
Nawiliwili and Niumalu, on the
Island and in the Count of Kauai,
Territory of Hawaii, which said
waters and fisheries were and are
in said judgment aforesaid, bound
ed and described as follows, to wit:
All of that portion of the waters
of Nawiliwili Bay and harbor, on
the Island and in the County of
Kauai, Territory of Hawaii, com
prised and contained within the
following boundaries, to wit:
Commencing at a certain rock or
stone in said Nawiliwili Bay, situ
ate and lying opposite to and near
the mouth of the Nawiliwili River,
also known as Kawailaau River,
which said rock or stone is marked
with a cross X and v V,
thence running in a straight line
to that certain rocky point or head
land on said Nawiliwili Bay com
monly known and designated as
Kukii Point, thence running in a
straight line from said Kukii Point
to a certain point or headland on
said Nawiliwili Bay known and
designated as Carter Point, also
known as Makole Point, thence
running along and following the
shore line of said Nawiliwili Bay,
irrespective of indentures caused
by streams and the mouths there
of, to the point of commencement.
Bids will be received by the
Kauai Loan Fund Commission for
the construction of a re-enforced
concrete culvert at the Mahinauli
Stream, up to 2 o'clock p. m.
Wednesday. December 6th., 1911.
About 60 yards of concrete will be
Plans and specifications will be
furnished upon application to the
undersigned, said application to
b e accompanied by live dollars
J. II. MOKACNK,
Engineer Kauai Loan Fund
The comfortabte and spacious
dwelling, property of the late I. B.
Hanaike, situated near the Lihue
court house, is offered for lease1
for a term of two years. Reason
able to responsible party. For
particulars call or address, Judge
C. S. Dole, Fairview Hotel, Lihue.
The Board of License Commis
sioners for the County of Kauai
will hold a meeting at the County
Office Building on Friday Decern-:
ber 29th., 1911, at lOo'elockA. si.'
to consider the application of J. K.
Cockett for a renewal of the whole-1
sale license now held by Jiim to I
sell intoxicating liquors at Koloa,
Kauai, under the provision of Act
199, Session Laws of 1911.
All protests or objections against j
the issuance of a license under said
application should be filed with the
secretary of the Board not later
than the date set for said hearing.
W. D. McBuydk,
Secretary Board of License Com
missioners. Nov. 14-41.
NOTICE TO DEPOSITORS IN
THE BANK OF HAWAII,
LTD. (Lihue Branch) SAV
In according with t h c printed
Conditions of Agreement issued by
Bank of Hawaii Ltd. (Lihue
Branch) Savings Departmert, no
tice is hereby given that the rate
of interest paid on savings deposits
will be reduced from four and one
half per cent (41 't ) per annum
to four per cent (4 ) per annum.
This reduction will come into effect
on the first day of January, 1912.
(Signed) Bank of Hawii (Lihue
Branch . )
Dated at Lihue, Kauai, September
20, 1911 Ian 1-1912.
IN TIIF. C11UTIT COl'UT Or TIIF.
Mi-Til iiJiirir, iT.KKiTum
AT CIIAMJ1KKS IN PltOBATE.
In the mutter of the F-tiitc of Francisco
Order, of Notice of Hearing Petition
On readme and liling the petition of
Manuel "Kupozo, of Mukuweh, Kauai
County, alleKinn that Franci.-co liupozo,
of Oanoano, District of AVaimea, died
intestate at wild Oanoano on the l'.ltl
day of October A. D. 11111. leaving nro
perty in the Hawaiian Islands necessary
to bo administered upon, to wit, cash, to
.the amount of $722.00, more or less, and
praying that letters of admi.-tration issue
to said .Manuel Knpozo,
It is ordered that Saturday the
LMrrt. (lay ot December, A. I). 1011, at
10 o'clock A. M., In.' and hereby is ap
pointed for hcarhijf said petition in the
court room of this court at biliue, County
of Kauai, at which time and place all
persons concerned may appear and show
cause, if any they have, why said ieti
tion should not bo granted, and that no
tice of this order shall lx published once
a week for three successive weeks in
"The Oahdk.v Island," a newspaper
printed and published in said Lihue.
Dated NovoiiiIht 17th., 1U11.
(Seal) (Signed? .I.hoii Haiidv,
.Judge of the Circuit Court of the Filth
(Signed) I'llll.ll' I,. I(u k.
Clerk of the Circuit Court ot the Fitth
Nov. 21, 2.S; Dec. o, 12.
NOTICE TO DEPOSITORS IN
BISHOP & COMPANY'S SAV
In according with the printed
Conditions of Agreement issued by
Bishop & Company's Savings
Bank, notice is hereby given that
the rate of interest paid on savings
deposits will be reduced from four
and one-half percent U-'Zr)
per annum to four per cent (4$ )
per annum. This reduction will
conu into effect on the first dav of
(Signed) Bishop & Co.
Dated at Waimea, Kauai, Septem
ber 20, 1911. Jan. 11912.
hi: ad oFi ici: iii i ti.i'i.r
HO King St., cor. Fort. Til. ::":.'!
Lihue Union Chimb, Foreign
Rev. J. M. Lydgate, pastor.
Church Service II a. m. Except
the last Sunday of the month.
Sunday School 10:30 a. m.
Lihue First Church, ILiwoiii-n
Rev. Win. Kahiau, pastor.
Church Service 11 a. m. Sunday
School 10 a. m.
The Gladdest Season
of All the Year
Christmas is always a time of happiness and
cheeriness. Help to make the young folks happy,
and the old folks happy, and all the rest of the folks
happy; and you'll be the happiest of all yourself.
We've studied the whole problem of gift selecting care
fully. We sent to Europe for Toys; to America for staple
goods and holiday novelties. Our Mr. de Lacy has just re
turned from Honolulu where he ransacked the largest and
finest stores for the best they have in Holiday Goods. Now
the whole stock is on display and ready for your choosing.
We have kept in mind that it is not necessary for all
gifts to be expensive though we have expensive ones, too
but they must all be pleasing, attractive and USEFUL.
For the Ladies
A complete line of bits of daintiness for
the ladies including pieces of fancy needle
work, Handkerchiefs, Ribbons, Neckwear,
Jewelry, Hosiery, Ifaucy China, Laces,
Toilet Sets, Stationery, Fancy Jewelry
Cases, Hand Bags, Etc.
A highly seasonable line of unusually
attractive Hawaiian Jewelry will delight
any one to whom it is given, and for all
its beauty and worlh, it is very moderately
Arts and Crafts
A very choice assortment of artistic
goods that are always very acceptable holi
We have a special line of Miss Furbers'
Hand Painted China.
For the Gentlemen
There are many suitable gifts, including
everything their hearts could desire.
Meerchaum Pipes, Smoking Sets in craft
work, Ash Trays in cut glass, Desk Sets
in brass, Letter Openers and Paper Shears,
Steins, Etc In wearing apperal we have
the niftiest gift in the market, in specially
prepared combination boxes, containing a
pair of sox and a tie to match.
Our Cut Glass is perfect, being absolute
ly flawless, and some of the most exquisite
pieces ever shown to our patrons.
A very choice assortment embracing
picture and painting books for the little
folks, up-to-date novels and standard books
for grown-ups. Special gift books for all.
Toys Toys Toys
Our holiday toy department is overflowing with all new
and unique holiday goods. All the various kinds and sizes
of dolls. Dressed dolls and undressed dolls, rag dolls, dolls
with big blue eyes that close when they lie down, dolls with
beautiful hair and eyelashes, character dolls, dolls with un
breakacle faces, in fact almost anything a little girl could wish
for in a dolly.
You are cordially invited to bring the children in to see
our beautiful toys.
We could give you more suggestions, and when you
come we will show you other things.
Miss McClyinont and Miss Jor
dan, spent Thanksgiving vacation
with Mrs. J. H. Coney.
Mr. and Mrs. Wishard. returned
Saturday from a five month's tour
of the United States.
Miss Passig, one of the Kealia
teachers, spent Thanksgiving va
cation with Mr. and Mrs. Brodiein
Hon. J. I. Silva and Mrs. Silva,
of Eleele, will return on to
morrow's Kinau.-from an extend
ed trip throughout California.
Richard Oliver and Mr. Bailey,
were hosts at a dancing party in
the Waimea Hall last Ssturday
night to about fifty couples from
Makaweli, Kekaha and Waimea.
J itf .it
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Kinir. who
have been the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. C. A. Rice, for the oast ' two
weeks, returned to Honolulu Sat
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Rice, with
their guests, Mr. and Mrs. King.
motored over to Mrs. Aubruy's
home last Friday, where they were
joined by a numbers of others, and
to-gether mounted horses a u d
made,a trip up the Olokele Ditch.
On their return, thev were invit
ed to the home of Mrs. Sn
for dinner. '
Delightful musical selections
both vocal and instrumental, was
one of the chief features of the after
noon dinner party. Mrs. Sandnw'u
guests were, Mr. and Mrs. C. A:
Rice, Mr. and Mrs. Cropp, Mr.
and Mrs. King and others.
& & s
The many friends of Mrs. Hans
Isenberg will be pleased to learn
of her recovery from tlm rprnut
accident w h i c h she sustained
through being thrown from her
Mrs. Herman Rohrig was hostess
at a pretty afternoon tea last Friday
at three o'clock, to the following
guests: Mrs. Purvis, Miss Purvis.
Mrs. Sloggett Miss Mabel Wilcox,
Mrs. Wm. Rice, Jr. Miss Girvin,
Mrs. Lydgate, Miss Mumford,
Mrs. Weber, Mrs. A. Rice and
Mrs. P. Rice.
X & &
The Lihue teachers were hostesses
at a very pleasant little dinner
party at the home of Miss Mumford
last Friday evening. Those present
were Miss Mumford, Miss Ayer,
Miss Roscoe, Miss Wells, Miss
Laube, Miss Hafiley, Mr. Harrv
Vincent and Dr. Glaisyer.
At the regular monthly meeting
of the members of the Mokihana
Club tomorrow afternoon, Mrs.
Rohrig and Mrs. Wm. Rice, jr.,
will act as hostesses while Mrs.
Lydgate will take the part of
leader. The subject for discussion
will be Medieval History."
Little Miss Martha Helena Wol
ters has invited a host of her little
friends to a birthday party at her
home in Hananiatilu at two o'clock
this afternoon. A very elaborate
program consisting chiefly of de
lightful surprises, dainty refresh
ments and juvenile contests has
been carefully planned. .
Thursday, November 30, Mrs.
Deverill was hostess to Hanalei
trieuds at ti n excellent turkey
dinner, whirl, t.oc 1,:1.1.. .
I, r w 'Kiy enjoyed
uy uu present. Tim dining room
.md table were beautifully deco
lated with ferns and flowers the
center piece of the table consisting
of n large Hawaiian calabash filled
with a variety of choice fruits.
Dr. and Mrs. Putman entertained
a dinner last evening, in honor of
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Spald
ing. A pleasing feature was the
place cards which were admittedly
unique, being composed of a deck
ed cards. As bridge followed the
dtuner, the appropriateness of the
cards, were pleasingly noticeable.
1 hose present were, Miss Holmes,
Mr. Behr , Mr, and Mrs. Spalding,
Mr. and Mrs Coney, Mr. and Mrs!
7 A ACVN r- Krai,k Crawford,
Mr C. O. Smith and Dr. and Mrs
& vtf j
Mrs. Francis Hm.
J " 'ini.ueuu a
the oung Hotel was a very elabor
Twenty-one guests enjoyed Mrs
Cay s hospitality.
The table was beautifully decor
ated in violets and tuUe.-STAR,