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THE GARDEN ISLAND,
7 LEGAL NOTICE
IX THH ClUCiriT COfliT 01 T11K
KiiTii cincriT, ti:i:i:itouy
AT OHAMHKUS IX I'KOIJATH.
, III tlio niHtter of tlio KMuto nf Kamakti
Jiuikti, of n aiiiioa Katun, Pltwiswi,
XOTICE TO ClMiDlTOUS.
Notice is hereby given that letters of
A(iinuiitrHtion nave own issued to x.
Bmiirtt of Yi aiinea, Kauai, a Ailinini
' trator lif tlio Instate of Kaiuaka Kaukau,
lute of saiil Waiinca, Kauai, Territory of
Hawaii, I lirased.
All i-ivtlitors of the said Kstateare here-
hv notilli'il lo present their elauns nimuiM
the said lCstate, duly autheiitieated, and
'' prnoer vouchers, if any exists, even
though the said claims he secured by
liiortjram' upon mil estate, to the said T.
Brandt at Yvaiinca a foresaid, within six
months trout the date here or otherwise
such claim, if any, will he forever bar
red. And all iier-'ons indebted to the said
3''stale ai-e hereby untitled to make im
mediate jwyuicnt to the underpinned as
suen Atimini"iraior ai aiinea uioiv
Dated at l.ihue, Kauai, .laiiuary l-'th.,
January, 2, !, Hi, 2:!, ::t).
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In the matter of the l'Mate of Francisco
'he imdrr'-iu'ni.'d having Veil duly
niipnititi'it Adiiiinislratnr of the Kstate
of Kranci-co Kapozo, ileieascd, hereby
eives notice to all creditors of said
decedent to present their claims, duly
authi'iitiealed and with proper vouchers
if ulij -xit lo the under-iigncd, at hi
residence in Makaweli, Kauai, within
six month" from the date of the lirs!
piil.licatinii of thi- notice or the same
w Ml Ik- forexer li:0vl.
M M XI. Ii.WoO,
Admiuistratiir of the lv-tati' of Kranci.-co
I i c. 2ii. .Ian. 2. ! and HI.
postcards or photos
Hawaii & South Seas
HEAD OlKIt'L-rp XOI.n.f
I'atronize Home Iiulustrx Tel. ;5r20
California Feed Co.
Dealers in J
Hay, Bran, Rou.kdBaui.ky,
I Oats, Wiikat, Middlings
I" Sole agents for jj
INTKRNATIDNAI. STOCK AND I
I P. O. Box 452. IIoiiolulu
Will Open a
NEW GARAGE, Jan. 15
Cars from this garage will
nuvt even- steamer.
Will make special rates to
Reasonable rates and satis
faction guaranteed to all.
Day or night service, and
in any kind of weather.
Your tiade is earnestly so
licited. PHONE 176 L.
Chil.a's Old Stand
A woman just knows that her
neighbors' small shoes must hurt
It would take more than an alarm
(if HOME ))
clock to make some people rise to
'Die man who returns from Eu
rope doesnt find his neighbors
nearly as curious as he supposed.
Some way. or other n man's cigars
never cost him anything to speak
A. R. GLAISYER,D.V.M.
Witt make monthly headquarter
aw per schedule be tow
I- 10, 13-14 - - l.ihue
II- 12 - - - Kilauea
15-17 .... Kekaha
18-21 - - . McBryde
22-30 - - - Makaweli
Henry W. Waiau
Agent to grant Marriage Li
n.Us in renewing
In the County Building from
8 A. 51, to 3 i1, m. even
day except Sundays.
You'll sa c yourself and family a lot of
worry and trouble perhaps sickness by
shutting the flies out of your home at once.
We'll be glad to help you with good, du
rable screens .that will give you a great
many years of service. We have
in all sizes, complete with trimmings, or if
you have old screens that need repairing,
we've netting, paint, staples tacks in 1
1 fact, everything needed lo put them in per
LET US BE OF SERVICE TO YOU
Meeting of the Board of License
Commissioners held in Lihue, De
cember 29th. 1911. Due notice of
same having been given the mem
bers of the Board.
The meeting was called to order
by W. H. Rice, Chairman, at 10
o'clock A. m. Those present be
sides the chairman being, G. N.
Wilcox, J. K. Apolo, W. D. Mc
Bryde and W. H. Rice, Jr.. In
spector. A b s e 11 t, Augutus F.
Minutes of the meeting, held
June 1st. 1911, read and approved.
REPORT ON BOXDS. PACIF
IC SURETY CO. The Secretary
stated that the bonds as furnished,
with the Pacific Surety Co. as i
surety, were now satisfactory to tne
Boards committee, to whom the
matter had been referred in that the
guarantee had been assumed by
the National Surety Co. of New
AMENDMENT TO LAW. The
chairman called the attention of
the Board to the amendments to
the law as passed by the last Legis
lature. APPLICATION: J. K. COCK
ETT. The chairman stated the
meeting had been called for the
consideration of the aplicatiou of
J. K, Cockett, for a renewal of his,
Wholesale Liquor License. The'
secretary presented the aplica
tiou, the report of the inspector ap
proving of the issuance of same, and
reported that the notice of applica
tion had been duly advertised accor
ding to law. Through some inad
vertance, the bond, as proposed to be
furnished by the applicant, with the
National Surety Co. as Surety, was
not to hand, and the Board agreed
to accept as temporary bondsmen
Mr. F. Crawford and C. W. Spitz.
Upon motion, duly seconded, the
application was granted, upon the
understanding that the new bond
to be filed wouid be satisfactory to
the secretary and the inspector,
where , upon the secretary would
cancel the old bond or temporary
one. Upon the payment of the
first installment of License in the
sum o f $500, License was duly
issued as of January 1st. 1912.
Upon motion duly seconded the
meeting adjourned subject to the
call of the chair.
W. D. McBkydk.
Board of License Commissioner.
We do first class work on all dry clear
ing and fancy dresses. Gie us a trial.
OFFICE TERRITORIAL MESSENGER SERVICE
Mi v 1 1 in
HERE AND THERE
Hon. and Mrs. A. S. Wilcox,
v e r e returning passengers from
Honolulu on last Wednesday's Ki
nati. Miss Kaui Wilcox, who has been
spending some time in Honolulu,
returned home last Wednesday.
Geo. Peka and wife, were arriv
als on Wednesday's boat.
Miss Miller, came up from Hon
olulu last Wednesday and will re
main indefinitely with relatives in
Hon. Geo. N. Wilcox, returned
from a business trip to Honolulu
on the Kiuati.
Frank Crawford, returned from
Honolulu Wednesday, where he
had been in attendance at the an
nual meeting of the directors ot
the Bank of Hawaii.
County Prosecuting Attorney
Sam Kaeo and Mrs. Kaeo, were in
coming passengers on the Kinau.
Mrs. Akina, arrived on the Ki
Clifford White, representing E.
0. Hall & Son, came up on the
Kinau last Wednesday morning.
C. F. Lund. Territorial
her of the Loyal Order of Moose,
came up on the kinau for the pur
pose of looking over the possibil
ities of creating a grazing field on
the Garden Island.
The Rev. Hans Isenberg, return
ed Wednesday from a brief busi
ness trip to the city.
Second District Magistrate Wm,
Schiminclpfennig- of Koloa, return
ed from Honolulu Wednesday.
Mrs. II. Peters and children, ar
rived from .Honolulu Wednesday.
Mrs. K. Sanuiela was among the
arriving passengers from Honolu
lu last Wednesday morning.
Representative Hottle o f the
Von Hamm Young Co's. Automo
bile department, is on the island
showing the superior qualities of
The S. S. K i n a u arriving on
Wednesday morning January 10th.
brought the following passengers:
B. Standley, Lady Herron, Mr.
and Mrs. A. S. Wilcox, Miss Kaui
Wilcox, Geo. Peka and wife, Miss
Miller. Miss Lobeinz, Mrs. Kort
and child, Hon. G. N. Wilcox,
Emily Koe Laau, Mary Mokuole
and child, Frank Crawford, Miss
Akeo, Mrs. A. Akina, S. K. Kaeo
and wife, Mr. Berriera and four
children, Mrs. Perriera, A. Aius
lee, C. K. Bamke, Miss Kelso,
Mr. Wilson, C. F. White, C. F.
Lund, Hans Isenberg, C. W.
Spitz, Mrs. K. Samuela, Mrs. II.
Peters and children, Mr. Schim
WSimea Machine & Automobile Works
Geo. A. P.rrt nni ar1 H. L. Volute, Proprietors.
General machine, Automobile and gas
engine repairs, auto supplies,
AOKNTS FOR ACETELINE GAS LIGHTING CO.
We Are equipped with the very highest grade
American machine tools and our facilities for the
handling of automobile repair work are
' Our efforts are to please our patrons, and a
trial will prove to you how easily it is done.
Waimea Machine &
7c. 32 W. WAIMEA,
in Wearing apparel
and the latest thing
The House With A Reputation For Squareness
J. I. SILVA, Proprietor.
II1 I III ill1 1 if II ti'ti lll'l' I IHWHW 1 Iml 1 ii I
PUBLIC LAND SALE NOTICE
At 12 o'clock noon Saturday,
March 16, 1912, at the front door
to the Court House, Koloa, Kauai,
there will be sold at public auction
under Part 4, Section 17, of the
Land Act of 1895, Section 276, Re
vised Laws of Hawaii, the follow
ing described Government Rem
nants, situated at Kalaheo, Kona,
() Lot No. 83, containing an
area of 1.91 acres. Upset price,
(2) Lot No. 84, containing an
area of 0.90 acres. Upset price
(3) Lot No. 85, containing an
area of 9,885 sq. ft. Upset price
Cost of patent and stamp to be
paid by the Purchaser.
For maps and information, apply
to the office of the Sub-Agent of
Public Lands, "Homestead," Kau
ai, or at the office of the Conimis
ioner o f Public Lands, Capitol
Ch.vrujs S. Juni),
Commissioner of Public Lands.
January 16, 23, 30.
February 6, 13, 20, 27.
March 5 & 12.
A young author is diffident about
showing his writing unless he can
show a profitable acceptance,
j We knew a teacher 'who was
; thoroughly satisfied with her cot
I tage b u t her name has escapes'
KAUAI. P. O. Box K.
WIIIBlHIMiiiMi'llll lilln'l 'IL1.ILL
The latest Books of fiction
received by every steamer.
Don't forget we carry a full
line of Tennis and Base Ball
Wall-Nichols & Co., Ltd.
EVHUYTHING IX THK
Sll.VliU AND GOU) Linr,
Rich Cut Glass and
Mkkciiandisk oif Tin;
Bust Quamty Only.
P.O. Box 342 Honolulu
A woman is convinced flint, if
her husband had married his form
er flame he wouldn't now, 4 '
man he iS, VV.