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1c. a word, per insert. No ad. taken for less than 25c.
WANTED;--An xperienced ac
countant, a new anival, desires a
position. Referenccc. Address
"N. M.," this office.
The following checks drawn by
Jose Gomes on Bishop & Co. Wai
mea, have been lost and payment
stopped and all persons are warned
against negotiating the same:
Dated Feb. 6. 13 Favor ,
Check No. 94 for Sl2S.53 R. I.
Check No. 95 for S12.50 Calif.
Check No. 96 for S20.00 Island
Check No. 97 for $30.00 Water
Check No. 9S for $50.00 As
sociated Garage. 3,t
Equalization Board Meets
The Boaid of Equalization will j
meet in the offtee of the Assessor,
in Honnlulu, on Monday, March
17, 1913, at 9.00 a. m., and there
after, daily until such time as its
work is completed.
D. L. Conkmng,
Treasurer, Territory of Hawaii.
PAR QATF A round-trip ticket to
rim OnLL the Kilaucu volcano,
rfjj U i.h Keiclielt, Lihue. t.f
V(n CAir or rent Slightlj upciI
1 UIl OilLLi pinnos altnoft good as
new. Honolulu Music Co. tf.
Certificate No. 9 for Two (2)
Shares of Waitnea Water Co. Ltd.,
stock in the name ' of Chong Kee
has been lost and all persons are
hereby warned against negotiating
Black leather covered note
book, (compliments of Lihue Store
stamped in gold on outside) findet
please leave at this office.
Certificate No. 12, for 2 shares
in the name of D. W Quon of
Waitnea Water Co Ltd. slock
has been lost and all persons arc
warned against negotiating t h.e
Sperry flour Best on the coast
s the housewife's boast. tf.
By order ot the directors of the
K a u ai Telephonic Company, a
dividend on the capital stock of
t h e company has been declared
anil made payable to the share
holders at the office of the Trea
surer, Mr. G N. Wilcox, at Lihue,
on and after the 31st. March 1913.
R. W. T. Purvis,
Secretary Kauai Telephonic Co.
Lihue, 20th. March 1613
NOW READTHE ADS
Demonstration by Mrs. West
fins today at our store
Come in and try some of the different
kinds of Pastry made right before you with
Califene, the new perfect shortening.
Mrs. West will be glad to instruct you
in the use of Califene, and will present you
with a cook book
(Chiba's old Stand)
Ingersoil Rand Co
ROTARY AND DRILL,
RIVETING & CLIPPING HAMMERS
are carried in stock by the
' HONOLULU IRON
j The Eieeie Store
1 The House With A Reputation For Squareness j
One Five-Seater Maxwell
One Five-Seater Buick
Will meet all steamers Commercial Rates. Careful Drivers
TO POLICY HOLDERS OF THE
Prudential Life Ins. Co.
The fundamental principle of life insurance
is PROTECTION. We furnish it at the
lowest rates. Over two billion, two hundred
million insurance now in force.
Hawaiian Trust Co., Ltd., 934 Fort St.
J.I. S1LVA. Proprietor.
J HTIWmff J3EBgEg O KSilll it I
'linoleum wa kirei de nagaku motsu"
That's the Japanese way of
giving good adyice, but if you
were telling a friend about
your own household experience
you'd say "Use Linoleum for
, . your floors: it's clean and
long-lasting." And you'd be
Plain and Inlaid Patterns
LEWERS & COOKE, Ltd.
V 17.7 So. King St.
A Combination in Furtherance of Trade
The Hollker The
I Drug Co., Ltd. PoSt, Unltd.
of the U.S.'A.
'The immense stock pf tlu'IIollistcr Drug Co. is just us
much at your convenience as if you limdo your
purchases pettomilly. Your jiart comes in tlm milking
of your want known to us; our part comes in the care
ful filling of the order with due regard to both your
wishes and our business reputation and the l'arcels
l'ot does tho rest, taking the package to your door
with the maximum of speed r.nd the minimum of cost
Shop With. Us By Parcels Post
HOLLISTER DRUG CO., LTD.
FORT STREET, HONOLULU
PUBLIC LAND SALE
At 12 o'clock noon, Saturday
March 29, 1913, nt the front door
to the Court House, Koloa, Kauai,
there will be sold at public auction,
under Part V of the Land Act of
1895, sections 278-285 inclusive,
Revised Laws of Hawaii, a general
lease of the following lots:
Lots 44, 46, 49, 50, 51, 52, 53,
56, 57, 58, 59, 60 and 62, Lawai,
Kauai, containing an area of 350.0
acfts, more or less.
Upset rental $100.00 per annum;
payable semi-annually in advance.
Term of lease, 15 vears from
March 22, 1913.
All boundaries to be fenced.
Reservation regarding land re
quired for agricultural homestead,
reclamation, settlement or public
purposes, and the further condi
tion that the rents of all lands
withdrawn for agricultural pur
poses to be fixed by arbitration,
will be embodied in this lease.
.Purchaser tb pay cost of adver
tising. For maps lyid further informa
tion, apply to the Sub-Agent, W.
D. McBryde, Homestead, Kauai,
or at the office of the Commissioner
of Public Lands, Capitol Building,
Joshua D. Tucker.
Commissioner of Public Lands.
Dated at Honolulu, Februarv
KAUAI 15 A "PIPPIN1
Mr. and Mrs. Willis Marks, the
former a member of the stock com
pany of the Burkbank Theatre.
Los Angeles, the latter who i s
known in professional circles as
Carol Marshall, and both noted
theatrical people spent last week
on the Garden Island. "The other
islands are certainly, grand, but
your Kauai is a pippin," remark
ed Mr. Marks to h reporter. Mr.
Marks appeared as "The missio
nary" in the original production
of "The Bird of Paradise," ni.d
while on the island ot Hawaii
visited the locality where the author
was supposed t o have gathered
material for the plav. This was
in Puna district and according to
the clear little actress, was easily
ccognized as the setting for the
J. Combs, one of the best known
tenographers in the Territory.
and a former employe of the Ma
kaweli Plantation, has again a c-
:epted a position as stenographer
for the above company, having
arrived last Wednesday morning.
He is accompanied by Airs. Combs
and will make his future home in
that popular bifrg.
Orenstein Arthur Koopel
Pittsburg Pa. Plant at Koppel, Pa. I
Plantation and Industrial Railway Equipment
Large Stocks in Honolulu of
Portable Track and all parts for Cane Cars.
Dump Cars for Contractors.
1 H. Hackf eld & Co. Ltd. Fred F. Lacks
Agents for T. H. Res'dt Sales Manager
HONOLULU. T. H.
In The Circuit Court Or Tim
Fifth Circuit Territory Op
At Chambers In Probate.
In the matter of the Estate of
K. Kaukau, (w) late of Waimea
Order of Notice of Hearing Peti
tion for Allowance of Final Ac
counts, Distribution and Dis
On Readirg and filing the Peti
tion and Accounts of T. Brandt,
Wnimpa. Tslnnd rind Pnimtv of
Kauai. Administrator of the Estate
of K. Kaukau (w) late of Waimea
aforesaid, wherein he asks to be
allowed $2,025.17 and charges
limself with S2.025.17. and asks
that the sane may be examined
and nnnrnved. rind that n finnl
order may be made of distribution
i the property remaining in his
hands to the person thereto en
titled, and discharging him and
his sureties from all further res
ponsibility as such Administrator
it is oracrea, tnat Wednesday
the lfith, day of April A. d. , 1913
at ten .o'clock A. m., before the
udce of said Court at the Court
Room of the said Court at Lihue
Island of Kauai, be and the same
lierebv is annninted ns flip limp
and place for hearing said Petition
and Accounts, and that all persons
interested mav then nnd therp nn-
pear and show cause, if any they
nave, wny tue same should not be
Dated at Lihue, this 7th day of
By the Court:
D, War. Dean,
A. G. Kaulukou,
Attorney for Petitioner
March 11, 15, 25 and Aprih.1.
Continued from page 5.
In Tub Circuit Court Of The
Fifth Circuit, Territory Of
At Chambers In Probate.
In the Matter of the Estate of L.
K. Kahalaunui of Wainipa. Tslnnrl
and County of Kauai deceased.
Order of notice of Hearing Peti
tion for Administration.
On reading and filing the peti
tion of Andrew K. Leoiki, son of
L. K. Kahalaunui of Waimea, Is
land and County of Kauai, alleginc
that L. K. Kahalaunui o f Waimea
aforesaid died intestate a t said
Waimea aforesaid on the 11th day
of January a. d. 1913, leaving pro
perty in the Hawaiian Islands
necessary to be administered upon,
and praying that letters of admini
stration issue to him.
It is ordered that Monday, the
7th day of April a. d. 1913, at
10 o'clock a. m... be and hereby is
appointed for hearing said Petition
in the court room of this court at
Lihue, Kauai, at which time and
place all persons concerned m a y
appear and show cause, if any thev
have, why said Petition should not
Dated at Lihue, Kauai, March
By the Court.
D. Wm. Dean,
Clerk Circuit CourtFitth Circuit.
A. G. Kaulukou,
Attorney for Petitioner.
March 4, 11, 18 and 25.
l here is room tor only one true
fenr in man. That fear is that he
may be wrong. When that ha
1 l i .
Lieen oanisnea mere is no room
will put with no excuses. from the
Governor or anv one else. Wp want
homesteads, consider ourselves en
titled to them, and mean to have
them, or know the reason whv.
We ask this not as a favor nf thp
Governor or anyone, but as a right.
We know almost to a certainty
just who the interests who are
adverse to the granting of these
homesteads, and at whose very in
stance, and by whom, and tinriW
what conditions this counter peti
tion was procured, and it should
not merit a moments cansideratinn
from any person who is not already
prejudiced to the interest of suc
cessful ii'dmesteadinrr. Hitf nn Mm
contrary, it should be the strong
est kind of a recommendation for
the granting of our association. It
is an attempt pure and simple to
shut us out, and get small home
steaders settled by laborers, and is
a cloak for the instigators, who' in
this way do not have to come out
in the open and show their hands,
and can still persist in their
hypocritical protestations of being
in favor of successful homestead
ing. We respectfully ask that you
take this matter up with the
Governor and Land Commissioner,
and if no assurance is ohtniimrl
from them that the association will
be granted, to carry the issue to
the floor of the House and Senate.
If same is killed in either the House
or Senate, we shall at least learn
who the friends of Homesteading
are. There are other elections com
ing, and other lands to be opened,
and the Camnaitrn will stnrf Mm
moment this association is turned
down, and perhaps when the
House and Senate next nnnimnot
it any be in the hands of a repre
sentative body of Legislators.
Copies of this letter nrp Jwinrr
sent to Senators, Coke and Metzger
a n ci Kepresentatives. sliolrlnn
Coney, Lyman, Huddy and Asch',
whom we resnectfnllv miiKt
confer with you upon a course of
action to pursue.
We are also encraced in rnmnil.
ing another petition of facts and
figures, to be used should we not
obtain just treatment locally. This
petition will contain a resume of
the granting of Public Lands from
the old days down to the Tirpspnf-
time, relating to the exchange of
Oovernment Land, by the Govern
ment with certain plantations,
most particularly those exchanges
on whs island, during the adminis
tration of the Present Executive.
A list of Government land on this
iaiuuu, io wnom ic is leased, and
the rent received. Cnnipe nf rvii,vi,
shall be forwarded to Prince Kala-
nianaole, Secretary Lane, Presi
dent Wilson, and also to Senators
from North Dakota, South Dakota,
Minnesota, Indiania, Ohio, Wash
ington, Oregon and California,
who are personally known to cer
tain members of our Association.
Again thanking you for your
offer o f assistance, and hoping
that you may be successful, I beg
Kalaheo Settlement Association.
for any other.