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THE GARDNISL AND TUESDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1913
C. W. SPITZ, Prop,
NAWIUWILI, KAUAI TELEPHONE 104
Automobiles to all Parts of Kauai,
all hours, Day and Night
Autos and light machinery repaired.
Plumbing and gas fittings. Agents for Fisk
and Goodrich Tires and Tubes, Chalmers,
Ford, Studebaker, Velie,' Federal and
Agents for the Inter Island Steam Navigation
Co., Ltd., at Nawiliwili, Kauai
'Notice of Sale of
The Family Drink
Bottled Where the
Best Grapes Grow
Have You Tried It ?
. Up-to-date Livery, Draying and Boarding Stable , a d Attto-
! Livery Business. 8
BETWEEN LIHUE and KEKAHA 1
Leaving Lihue every Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Leaving Kekaha every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. (j
ARRIVING AT THEIR DESTINATION IN THREEHOURS
W. WEBER Manager.
Telephone 4 W Waimea P. O. Box 48
eWBBB a BTJ8W I
trical For The
Irons, Toasters, Stoves, Sewing Machine Motors,
Labor Savers of all kinds,-and Westinghouse Mazda
Lamps the lamps that give you twice as much light
for less money.
Phone 178 Nawiliwili Phone 178
(Chiba's old Stand)
One Five-Seater Maxwell
One Five-Seater Buick
At 12 o'clock noon, Saturday,
December 13, 1913, at the front
door to the court house, Lihue,
Kauai, there will be sold nt public
auction, under Part IV, Section
17, of the Laud Act of 189.'), Sec
tion 276, Revised Laws of Hawaii,
the following described lots, known
ns the "Waioli" beach lots, situate
at Hanalei, Halelea, Kauai:
Lot No. Areasq.ft. Upset Price
1 15,587 $ 30.00
2 16,i50 35.00
3 ..14,730 35.00
4 1-5,183 35.00
5 15.637.-- 35.00
6, ,16.095 35..00
.I6,,552i. .. 45.00
.18,457'- , ,40.00
.18,258 '. 40.00
15 21,536 T 40.00'
16 16,19'2:.-J:. 45.00
17 16.203 45.00
18 15,082 30.00
19, 15,493 5 30.00
20 13,483 . 30.00
21 13.987 - 30.00
22 14,488. 30.00
23 14.984 40.00
No pctson will be allowed to pur
chase more than One lot.
Purchaser to pay cost of stamp.
At the same time and place,
there will be sold at auction the
Government Remtnant in front of
Grants 2957 and 2958, containing
an area of O.20 aero. Upset price
Purchaser to pay cost ofstamp.
For map and further particulars,
apply at the office of the Sub
Agent, W. D. McBryde, Home
stead. Kauai, or at the office of
Asst. Sub-Agent, Miss Berriicc
Hundley, Kapaa, Kauai, or at the
ojfke of the Commissioner of Pub
lic Lands, Honolulu.
Commissioner of Public Lauds.
Dated at Honolulu, Oct. 3, 1913.
For-all occasions, whether on land, stream or sea; on a "tramp," when fishing, boating, or
after swimming; for social "Dutch lunches," on hay rides you can name hardly a time, when
good fellows get together, that a bottle of PRIMO PALE is not welcome.
It's use banishes the Glooms and instajs the Joys in happy possession. And it's mighty
good for vou to drink, too because it's especially brewed for this particular climate.
MfVf&mr The 3
eer That's -Brewed
uit The ClimDie '
PROCLAMATION OK MODIFICATION
Ol'MJOUNDAltY OF THE MOLOAA
FOREST .RESERVE, DISTRICTS OF
I1AXALKI AND KAWAIHAU, IS
LAND AND COUNTY OF .KAUAI.
Will meet all steamers -Commercial Rates. Careful Drivers -Comfortable
Under and by virtue of the authority
ve.-tod in mo by the provisions of Chap
ter US of the Revised Laws of Hawaii, as
amended by Act (15 of thu Session Laws
of HUM, and by Act 4 of the, Session Laws
of 1U07, and of every other power me
hereunto enabling. I Ernest A. Mott
Smitli, Acting Governor of Hawaii, with
the approval of a majority of the Hoard
of Commissioners o f Agriculture and
Fore.-try, having held the hearing of
which notice lias been duly given as in
said Acts provided, do hereby modify
the boundary and slightly change the
urea of the Moloaa Forest Reserve in the
Districts of Hanalei and Knwaihau, Is
land and County of Kauai, Territory of
Hawaii, on June 5, 1009, by eliminating
therefrom an area of 815 acres and by
adding thereto ni) area of 31 acres, which
modification of boundary is more parti
cularly f hovyn by and on a map made
by the Government Survey Department
of the Territory of Hawaii, which said
ma is now on iilo in tlio said Survey
Department, marked Government Survey
Reg. Map No. 'J87o and "Moloaa Forest
Reserve," and a description accompany
ing the same, numbered C. S. F. No.
1MU1, which said description now on file
in tho said Purvey Department, and here
by approved as now constituting the of
ficial description of the Moloaa Forest
Reserve, difl'ers from tho original descrip
tion (C. S. F. No. 1001 ) tlut forms a
part of the proclamation of the Moloaa
I'oret lieserve, in the following courses:
1. 27"o 5.5' 174S.L' feet crossing I'ilaa.
the South portion of Grunt 757 to Cas
tro, the .Moloaa stream and the Govern
ment portion of Moloaa to a Forest Re
serve Monument at small ridge North of
the old Swift .Mountain Mouse: ulevution
i. 244o 59' USIO.tt feet across Govern
ment portion of Moloaa to a Forest Re
serve Monument in a pile of rocks about
100 feet North of Kahuna's grave; eleva
tion oiJ.i leet.
;i. ;iuio jo- ;iu' iu;n.ii teet across
Government portion of Moloaa to a For
est Reservr Monument on ridge at' "l'u-
ueleinnnu iut west of Kcanaweo stream :
elevation 0411 feet.
4 28L'o 15' 4020.6 . feet 'crftssing the
Keapuweo stream, .the Lindsav Lot und
Grant 519 to E.' Rouxel fo a red-wood
5. 207o OS 800.2 feet along Grant 519
to Ed. Rouxel to a on stone.
(!. 304o 4S' 409.2 feet along the South
side of Grant 5113 to a on stone.
7. !i20o ID' 42!W.0 feet nlong Moloaa
Hui land to a redwood post.
8. IWlo'oP 1228.2 feet across Papau
(Moloaa Hui lands) into land of Alio
maun (Moloaa Hui Lauds) to a Forest
Reseive Monument at "Nukil," eleva
tion 1520 ft.
And us provided by law, I do hereby
eliminate from the. Afoloau Forest Rosen.-the
urea lying lK'tween the lines in
the old and in tho new descriptions
I numbered Courses 1 und2 (ftl acres.), and
do likewise hereby set apart as an in
. t'gral part, of tho said reserve the urea
J Gil) hounded by courses 4 to S ineluvivo
jof the said revised description, C. S. F.
No. 2 Ml, lying within tho metes and
I bounds of the Moloaa Forest lie-ervc.
In wituesH whereof, 1 havu hereunto
-it my hand und c.uwd the Great Seal
, ,1 tl.i- Territory of Huwtiii to be allixed.
Done 'it the Capitol in Honolulu, this
l:!lh. day of October, Af !)., 191:!.
E, Mit Smith,
Acting Ciovurnor of Hawaii.
Honolulu, Hawaii, Oct. 11, 1913.
Editor, Gakdkn island.
As being of interest t o your
subscribers, and of benefit indirect
ly to the whole community, may I
ask that if you can see your way
clear to do so, v o u give your
readers the gist of the following
Each year in November it is the
custom on Arbor Dav for the Ter
ritorial Division of Forestry t o
offer to supply-to hpmeeteuders and
other landowners free trees for
planting on their lots:. Each ap
plicant is entitled to apply for 24
seedling' trees. The seedlings are
pot;grown plants Of size ready to
set out. In receiving them the ap
plicant agrees to see that the trees
are planted andi given proper care
until established. The purpose of
this .free distribution is to supply
trees only, to "those who really want
and will use them.
The" 24 plants in.iv be all of one
kind, on made up partly of one
species, partly o t another, pro
vided, liowevee, that no one ap
plicant ma' have more than 12
plants of any one of the flowerinc
is limited to the species named be
low. The following trees are
' Silk Oak
Sugi: Japanese Cedar
'Pink and White. Shower
Applications for trees should
state name and shipping address
and the number and species of the
seedlings wanted. Write plainly.
Address the letter: Arbor Day Dis
tribution, Hoard o f Agriculture
and Forestry. P. O. Box 207. Ho
To facilitate handling and to re
duce freight charges it is advisable,
when it can conveniently be done,
to ship the trees to some one indi
vidual in a given section and let
him hand out to his neighbors the
kinds for which they have pre
The Division of Forestry pays
the freight to the nearest railroad
station or steamer landing.
Very truly yours.
Ralph S. Hosmj,r,
Superintendent of Forestry.
. New Japanese School
fhe new Japanese school situat
ed on the promontory above the
Lihue mill is nearing completion
and is assuming a very pretentions
aspect together with neat artistic
finish. There is a splendid view
afforded from the wide windows
looking across the gulch, which
admit plenty of light. The rooms
a i e well ventilated and should
prove ideal classrooms.
One wing is constructed after
the new American plan, without
windows but a screened Gaj
running around the rooms near
the ceiling provides effective venti
lation possibh windows may have
to be introduced in this section as
he lap is trifle high and does not
tdmit of sufficiet light, i
MENDES & SOUZA
Day and Night
Tel. 600 Lihue
In Tuif Circuit Court Ov The
Fifth Circuit, Territory Ok
In Divorce At Chambers
Maili I k i m u r a Kinzo, (w)
Libellant v. Ikiniura Kinzo (k),
Libel For Divorce.
On this day came on to be heard
the motion of Maili Ikimura Kin
zo, Libellant in the above entitled
cause, wherein she asks that an
order for service by publication of
the said cause be made. It appear
ing to the Couit from the affidavit
The Arbor Dav distribution J f A. G. Kaulukou, Attorney for
Libellant, and all the files in said
cause, that the. said libel for di
vorce and summons thereto at
tached were filed more than six
months last past; that the said
summons was returned unserved
after due and diligent search had
been made throughout the Terri-i
tory of Hawaii for the libelee bv the
officer having authority to make
service of the said libelee for di
vorce and summons thereof for a
period of more than one year; that
upon inquiry, the addiess or resi
dence of said libelee could not be
It is hereby ordered that the
above name I libelee Ikimura Kin
zo appear before tliis court at Li
hue county of Kauai, Territory
of Hawaii, at 9 o'clock a. m. on
December 13, 1913, to answer the
libel of Maili Ikimura Kinzo, and
that service of this order be made
by publication by publishing same
once a week for six successive
weeks in The Garden Island, a
newspaper published in Lihue
Lihue, Kauai, September 30,
Lvle A. Dickey,
Judge Circuit Court, of the Fifth
(Seal) D. Wm. Dean,
Clerk Circuit Court, of the Fifth
Oct. 7.-14,-21,-28, and Nov. 4,-11.
Bishop & Co.
Head Oeeice - Honolulu
Branches at Hilo and
WAIMEA, - KAIJAI
itf tit ,ol
Transacts a General Bakning
and. .Exchange Business
Commercial and Travelers'
Letters of Credit issued avail
able in all principal cities of
j & jz
Interest allowed ut the rate
-of 4 per cent per annum
on Savings Bank deposit.
jt jt jt
Interest paid on Time De
posits at the following rates:
3 Months 3 per cent
6 Months 3 1-2 per
cent per annum.
12 Months 4 percent
j jt j
All business entrusted by
customers on other Islands
receives careful and prompt
m . MORGAN
Co. Ltd. '
Real Estate and Insurance
NO. 125131 MERCHANT ST.
P. O. Box No. 594 Honolulu
To Draw Juries
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FIFTH CIRCUIT TERRITORY OF
In Tun Mattkh" Ok This Diiawi.sos Ok
Xambs Ok 1hh.so.vs To Kkiivk As Ghasii
Junoiia AndTiuai. Juiioiis At Tub
Novkmiiki! Tkiim lOKI.
Ohder Fixi.vu Time Axn 1'i.aci: Ok
Dkawin'us And DutKcriNO I'uiii.ication
Ok Notio: Tiikiikok.
It is hereby onloreil Unit ilrawinps of
tlii iR'nsonn to wrvo in (iriuitl anil Trial
Jurors at tho N'owiiiUt Term, 11111! of
this Court lie- held at U:00 .v. m. on I'ri-
ilay, October 21, l'.MIl, in tho Court room
ol tliic woitrt in tin' Uourt louso at I.i line.
! County of IC uai.
DatiMi. i.iimokuuai, K'Ntemlwi: yOtli.
(foal) Lvu: A. Dickkv.
.IiKlp- (,;--iiiit Court of the Fifth Circuit
AttciU'd: 1). Wm. Dran
Cleik Circuit Court of the Fifth Circuit
Fort Sir ft
Wholesale and etail.' tQoceriei
Dry Goods of ,all Descriptions.
Upright Stcinway Piano.
Price ir'jnu. Also u bui-
ui -t cart, price $1.1. Also considerable
Iiiiiim'IioIiI furniture, plants, etc. Same
can be seen at incidence of Mra. J. IC.
Guudull, uuur Kuuui Gurue.
CALIFORNIA FEED "cO. j
Hav, Grain and Cjuckkn 1
Sole Agents for
International Stock, Poultry Food I
and other seclultiea. Arabic for 8
cooling Iron Roofs. IVtahiina In- g
ctthator and llrooderx.
Kino's Svkciai. Chick Food I
I'. O. Box 452, Honolulu S
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