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THU GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, NOVKMMJR 3, 1914,
-JUL. 1 J. . I ' i
GEI5 BAD NEWS
P. Rutsch, bookkeeper of Hana
maulu store, received exce-ttlinylv
bad news from Germany bv the
mail arriving on Friday.
The first, mid most i;iiiifut item .
was that his youngest brolli r .
Herman, went down withtliesni.il
cri iser Koln wlien that vessel w !!
sunk by the Ih itish Ikrl . 1Y Heli
goland on August 28. He had jn-i
fin shed his military preliminaries
aboard the ship and was a petty
In the city of Louvain, Karl,
the eldest brother of Mr. Rutsch,
was struck by a bomb which was
tlitown from a house while the
.German troops were marching
through the streets. He was m t
seriously injured, however, al
though still confined to a field
Letters to Mr. Rutsch stale that
crops in Germany have been suc
cessfully harvested. All over the
country school teachers and child
ren turned out to help in the work
of gathering in the crops, with the
result that money is as easy as
could be expected under the cir
cumstances and food supplies are
A inti vino At IIkxhi.i ii
.Nov. :! Silieiiii 1 1 m-j:k i
" :! Mitrania Sylnrj
" Ii Manna San l-'miici-e.'
'' 4 Niagara? Vimeoiner
" -I Si-iyn Mum llunknn
" 11'. S. T, Lilian Manila
" (I Sliinyo Maru San l'ram -i.-rn
" li Ventura Sydney
" lo C'liiyo Mara llongkuig
" It Matwmia San l'ranci-i o
" II! S. T. Thomas San l-'ram-isco
" 1-i IVrsi.i? San I'raneiseu
' It Si.-i-ra San Tram-isco
" IV -China Il.nink.i:u
'' 17 laivliiie San I'raiui-'cn
o Knrua San I'rant-isi-i.
" -4 Maiielmiia iipk mj;
" -7---Siberia San Knim-i-en
' :() Ventura San l-'ranrisen
Dec. 1 Makura? Sydn.y
" 1 Tcnyo Main I IniiknaL'
" 1 Manna San Franeisco
" Maraina'.' Vannnm r
" 4 Chiyo Maru San I'laneised
" 4 Sonoma Sy.lni'v
" 1'. S. T. Sheridan Manila
" H Nile'.' HoinrkMiiu'
" .s Matsoiiia San l'mm-i-vo
" 1 China San l-'raiit-i.-co
" 13 Kiyu Maru Valparaiso
" 14 Sierra San Franc i-cn
" 15 I'. S. T. I.n-jau San l'ianc i-eu
" I") lairline San I'ranci in
" IS Manchuria San I'raiiei-en
" Monu'ulia Ilniikniig
" 1"----Wilheluiina :iu rranei-"'"
" 1'"! 'IVnyu Maru " Sail l-'r.un-i o j
" -S Soiioina San I'raiK ieu '
" 1'!) Sliiiiyu Maru I Inn. ,k"i .g '
" 2! Niagara? Sei,. y
'' L'il Maimu San l-'raiM-i-c o
" ::o Mukuru? ane.nivi r
li:i'Ai!i i (. I' imw I li.xcu.i i.n '
Nov. Siln-i ia an I'ranei.-eo !
" J---.Mar.nna? N'aneoiiver
" 4 Wilhfhiiina San l-'i'aui'isi'o
4 Niiifiara? Siiiay
" 4 S;iyo Maru Valparaiso
" 41.'. S. T. I.ogan San Kraneien '
" Shiuyo Maru Ilongkoiil
(i Ventura San l-'raneieo
" 10--('liiyo Mara San l-'ranri.-eo I
" lu Man a San I'ranis-.u
" 141'. S. T. '1 hoina- Manila j
" 14 l'eisia? l..iik..i.L'!
" I7--Chin Sai,l'iiine!-eo !
" Is Matsi.nia Sail l'r.in.-i j
" 1!H K,,rea llon-k..!,-:
" Jl Sierra s.,,, - I
" -4 Manehiiria S.m I'l'.-nn-i-i-o
" -4 Lurline --an l-'ranei-e..
" 7---Siheri.i I ,,i...,,i,j !
" ;0 Ventura Syilnev i
lee. I Mukura? 'ane..uver ;
" l---Tenyo Maru San i'ran, i-,-o
" l'---'ilhelii,ina San I'r.ini-; '
" ---Maraina? Sviluev
" 4 Chiyo Maru Il.iiiykoij j
4---Soiionut San l'ranei-eo
" ." I'. S. T. sheriilan San Piann-m
" S---Nile" san l'rain i-ro ;
' s Manna San I'ram i-r. . '
" U China? Ih.nkong '
" pi---Kio Maru I l.in jkoni.'
" Pi l". S. T. I.o-au Manila
" lii---Matoliia San l-'ranei-ro
" 1 s---.MMnehui'ia ? I loiiykonj; '
" P.l---ierra san -'r.ineie..
" 1'J Mongolia San I rain-i-.-o
" ''---l.urline S ; 1 1 1 I'ruln i-r,.,
" -J Tenyo .Main Ih.n-Ao,,- '
' j S, in.. ma y,lin-y
" L'.'----l,'i.J o .'Main san 1-1 a i i , .
" "'.- Niagara? 'ane..iiM-r
' :io---W'ilhehniiia ;,n I rani :-, .,
" Makura'.' tne
ZOTE: Owing to u ur hostilities, uteomera
marked ( ?t are uncertain to arrive.
'oi'KNING OF PUBLIC LANDS
I FOR HOMKSTKADS IN THF
TKRKITORY OF HAWAII.
Notice is hereby yiveu that the
public lands hereinafter described
will be opened for hoincstcai'iny
as follows, in ac?ord.inec with law
and subject to withdrawal befor
1 LOCATIONS OF LAND.-.
The lands to be opened arc on the
Island of Oahu and the Island (f
Kauai . Those or. Oaliu are the
lands of Haakon W-iikaluahai end
Kalu.iuuiii-Waikalua Section "C " .
in Kaneohe, Kooliupoko District.
Those on Kauai are lots situate at
Kapaa ' Taukn, in the District
known as "Kapahi."
2 CllARACTI-R OF LANDS.
Those lands are first class apicul
5 TIvkMS A N D MI-THODS
OF DISPOSITION. Tla- ihiso,
entitled to take said lands will L
determined bv driwing or allot
F'.acli api.iea'O may tab
oi I wo adjoining lot--: in ti
kou aik.duakai an." Ka
e D de
uapuhr Wtdkalua Section
more than one lot
53. 59, 60 and 61
"C ', i.nd not
't Kapaa. Lots
Kapaa, may be
taken as one lot.
These lots may be taken only
under Special Homestead Agree
ment. The principal terms of the above
Special Homestead Agreement are-
(a) l'avment b' down, S'f i:i
one year, 10 each year thereaftei
until the full purchase price is
paid, with interest at 6'' per an
num. but with the privilege of
paying anv or all installments at
any time and thereby stop the cor
GO Residence Five years dur
ing: the first ten years in periods
of not less than six months at a
time: or, three years continuously;
residence to begin within t w o
(c) Cultivation -20, o0, 40, 5u
and 60' of the land, and 5, h-.
15, 20 and 25 trees per acre on tl.i
remaining 40' of the land from
the end of the first, second, third,
fouithand fifth years, respective
ly, until the homesteader b comef
entitled to a patent; or, 40'' of the
land and 25 trees per acre on the
remainder for three years continu
ously, other conditions ha'-ing been
I ill filled up to time of beginning of
said three years;
(d) Transfers Restrictions on
selling, leasing, etc., as prescribed
'e) Patent In from three to ten
years according to the time within
which the provisions as to piv
ment, residence and cultivation are
Possession will be given at once.
Exceptions and reservations will
be in a d e tor existing flumes,
ditches, reservoirs, streams, wire
and pipe lines, roads, trails and
railroads All waters are reserved
for the public or common use and
4 APPLICATIONS FOR PAR
TICIPATION IN DRAWING.
All persons (inalilicd to take home
steads may. before Monday, De
cember 2S, 1914, but not thereaf
ter, pr..s-:it to the Commissioner
ot Public Lands. Ijontdnln, b j
ordinary ma-1, Put not iu person
or by legist ei ed mail or otherwise,
sealed envrl ipes containing their
applications for participation in
the drawing herein provided tor;
but no envelope shall contain more
than one ar plication or any other
paper than the application, and no
person shall present more than one
application for the same draw inc.
There will be one draw'ug b y
the Islands of ( ahu ami Kauai.
All such applications must be
made on bl ink forms furnished by
the Coimnis.-iouer of Pt-blic Ln-nb
or his agents. :md must show the
full name, in ; i 1 address, age.
height, weight and sfx of the ap
plicant, and whethn he or she is
single or umnied, ;u;d be sworn to
by him .r her before a siib--t-nt
j nil ye or oil
lands, notarv public,
or oilier oihcc-r authonei'. to
: n tl inn; t be
mailed in envelopes furnished bv
the Couiinissioiu-r or a n y such
Ail such envelopes ad! lni
I'l'mteu uiHiii tli.rn the Coiniuis
siyner's adihess ami the words
Application, 1 t p. c
blank in whieh Uu- (puitation mu-.t
be filled in with the i-.!and in which
the bind desired bv the appliemt
is situated: ami no sueh envelope
snail indieate the person b- wlmin
it was presented or mailetl or ht-ar
anv in.uk of i ndc-iti fication . All
nivelopt-'- nius be svcurelv ealed
and should h a v e the rucpiisite
loii. attached thereto bei'ori
the v are phu-.il in th.-. mail.
A n pel son who present-, lr.o' c
than one ;:pp:ic tion for this land
liauinj; or anv application in anv
fUliLH, L&iVJZ JAti hUi'MIi-
olhel li;::ii lbs lit: naive, shall
not be pet milled to participate in
All envelopes which indicate by
whom they were presented or
mailed will be opened as soon as
received, and the application there
in v. ill forthwith be returned to
5 DRAWING AND ASSIGX
MI'.N'l OF ORDl-R OF SKl.l.C
TION. l'inn rccming nnv .-.ach
envelope propu'lv addressed, and
pi"i i "i h i :i. 1": sfd as aboyr iiiji.ir
ed, tiie C.a:ni!s;'i"iier will d-. vo:t
it l n
Co: ! i
lo. . s ,
i suitable container, into
ill be deposited oidv and
c-i.vc-lo ts as nr.- u-peilv
m.I for ll e d' ,", in;;', ;,tld SU. h j
i " . i v i'd U- m eons! n-et.. d I
(. kept as i.) picyct'.l envr
i di. ;-.- ii '. ,1 tln-re hi from 1 iei
Aid tin re! ! on; without dc?..
ir ;il they nvc publicly opt i i
e ''av when the drawing an i
:: k. 1!
i' el a
. m . ;
I the Cani'.o
Monda , ' fcj
as so, ,, ! j;
iv be. il'e !
.-v. b'g- w i'i
' all ii''- i
e ' ;. be 11 . t
ut .-.-.ner :
I I Ui b
,1 ; rd::!
:e : '. a ,
';s' ; in i- ;
ner and ',
u.-;( h . from s
:i correct in
and execution, will be numbered
serially in ti e order in which they
are taken, 1 :nning with number
one, and the numbers thus assign
ed shall determine the order in
which the persons named therein
may select and take lots.
A list of tile applicants lo whom
minibus are assigned, b'ovving the
number assigned to each of them,
wd! be conspicuously posted, and
furnished to the papers for publi
cation as a matter of news, and
notice ot the number assigned and
the time ami place at which he
must appear to make his selection
will be promptly "mailed lo Uie ad
dress set forth in the application
'of each person to whom a number
All applications which arc not
' -1'KU in form and execution will
be marked "Rejected, imperfectly
e.vicuted'', ami filed in the order
in which thev are rejected, and
notice thereof w ill be sent to the
persons who presented such ap
6 SKLUCTION OF LOTS. He
ginning at 9 o'clock a. in..
On Thursday, December 31,
1914. at the Land Office. Capitol
Pudding, Honolulu, for the Island
of Oahu. I
On Tlit:i"-day, DeceriPer 31,
iyi4, at the Court House, Kapaa, I
Kauai, for the bland of Kauai. I
Any persons holding pumpers
assigned to them for the above!
land drawing may make iheirj
selection of the lots that are opi I
to sehetion an i disiiid by tiniii
in t!:e order in which their applica-j
lions lor p-ai licipation in'e niiinber-I
It any person who has been as-
-i. ,ikiI a 'iiimi v r at the drawing!
tads tti appear and make his selee-
.ion vaIkii the numl.-er assij;netl lo i
ir.m is le.i.'lied and his ua.uie isi
c.lled, his right to select will be,
passed uni il lb-, other r'pplionr.
assijcued b o. e b -en ilisposed ' :
when Ids n.imt'wili be t ailed
am, ami it :: u. -i: ia::s to -. p-
pear and ni H.e ins eliclmn, Ik
w ' i ! 1 e tleemed to have abandon' d
li:s n e lit to se -.-ct .
7 PROOF AT TI MKOFF.I.I-C
J 1U.. -l tlie lime lie appears lo i
make- bis sv-bction, ea h applicant
"'.u-'t be pre pared lo show, ld.
pi.'ibfical'Hms to take a lionn-s'ead
bv all;'!. i'. it in the form preser1' c-d
:v tin- Coinmi-'.sioner, and oih r
e, i--. I! a'iy appi'ean; is not a citi
zen of the i'niud Slutes by birth,
he nniM pp.'itnt at the same time
either the otigi-.i.i! or a certified
copy of his dedal ation of iu'en-
tion. to become a eitieii, or of the
j aider of t h e court a hunting
to cit;.'. ur n:p; ayd :t an
appla ant who i.-- not hoi n in tlu
I'nittd Stales elaim ei'iiiiship
throu.'-n his f. tht r'.s na; ui ali.a.tion
w h'lehe w-;.- nude; 21 N t ars of
aye, he l'Mnt present a. ceitifau
eopv of ilu- ovdi-r of the court ad
mitt'n hi-: la'ber to i itienship.
't PC! son v. ho ae.oearv. In P..
ihsi.ualified to take a home-te ad !
will bti peiiuitted to make- a selec-
lie has ini.le
-.e!c-cl ion to receive- the neccssarv
t-aper-; or tal.e or retain possession
of the lot seh e'ed .
S FORMS. MAI'S. INFORMA
TION, llla-.-k forms of applica
tions, addressed envelopes fot pp
1 licatloiis, blank forms of afihla
vit of qualilica! i-uis, otlicr nc-ccs-
ins and information in re-!
t ) the lam
to be opened I
ami t he terms
ni.'v I.. taken,
under which thev j
mav be obtained I
fii :n th-.- Couimi--io:u r ot I'nblicS
I.ar.'s. I !. .in,: nlu , o r I"; oui the
Asst. Sub Ayent, Miss Hernice I-', j
L. IIumlle , Kapaa, Kauai. I
Thursday, October 15th, the Mutual
Telephone Co., Ltd., will inaugurate a
Night -Lettergram Service between Inter
Island Points, and between tho. Territory
and Mainlrird Points.
Uslween any two mtcr-u.lanc! points a Night-Lelter-Srarn
will coil: 25 wof's (irchidinp sc'dresf, prefix
anJ s?;jnitare) for $1.50, and, 5 ccnU for each addi
during the dr.y (;:
only. Conlcnls cr-i?
Night-Lettergrams intended for rnairJcnd (cr in
ternational) points will be received at any station,
sent to Honolulu immediately, and turned over to
the Forwarding Company so message can reach
its ultimate destination the following morning.
For instance: r. I'5-vord Night-Lettergrem from Hi!o
to Denver would cost--$ J.fJ'!), Hi'o to Honolulu; $2.71,
Honolulu to Denver; tottl, $4.21 (only 17 cents the
NOTE: This Niifnt-Leuergixm. service does
not apply to messages to and from ships at sea.
Inter-island stations are: Honolulu, Oahu; Kawaihae,
Hawaii; Laha-na, Maui; Lihue, Kauai; Kaun&kakai,
ISLAND OF OAIIU
AIJIKOU - WAIKAI.UAK.-xI,
DJSTklCT Ol- KOOLAUrO
KO. t No, Area A??ra:.:il Value
19 lit. OS 3 700.00
-'0 11.14 7J.5.00
21 11.55 750.00
13.56 550 00
23 11.i o.Sd, ('(
21 10 02 575.00
-5 lO.Sd 650.00
26 10 60 5O-.0O
27 12.16 675.00
2S 10. ''5 475.00
2l) 15.50 9CO.00
50 13.08 650.00
?1 13.40 625.00
52 10. SO -150.00
53 12.15 525.00
34 14 35 425.00
A LIT , IT H I - V A I K AT. I A ( Sec.
"C"). DISTRICT OK KOO
LAIirOKO. 41 7.60 ? 450.00
42 9 15 545.00
43 0.56 565 00
14 10.30 575.00
4.5 10.90 550.00
46 10 53 550.00
4 7 1 1 07 500 00
ISLAND OI- KAUAI.
K AI'A A MAI'KA (KAl'AHI),
DISTRICT Ol- KAWAIIIAU.
5S.59.60 ,v 61 19 10 ? 190 00
168 23.12 251 00
169 2 2 27 23.00
17n 2VS 237 00
171 21.54 175 00
172 34. S4 279.00
(S) Josm-A D. Ti e k vk ,
Cominissi.iner of I'ublie Lands.
A ! iprovt tl :
' s '
LrCII S 1-1. i'lNKIIAM,
Oovernor of Hawaii.
Dated O -t ober 27th., 1914.
Dr. Scvniour, luesideiit of the
Standard Optical Company, will
make a trip cither next week or
the week after, from Kcalia to
W'aimea, Those wisliin;,' tti see
him rtfranlinjj their eyes will please
drop him a card at his Kapaa
homestead, addie-ssin;; Kealia,
- - Lettergrams
.... rx .
p, m.) for
.j:cr. i: u$
l.e business cr secial.
Telephone Co. , Ltd.
"PACKARD" shoes are made for
Has some one sold you a shoe supposed
to be Packards, but without the Packard
If so, you have been focled.
Worse than that, swindled.
Every Packard shoe has the Packard
You can't miss it, look for it.
Prices $4.50, $5.00 and $5.50.
1 Let Us Do Yc
LA UNDR Y
Territorial Messenger Service
The following arrived by the
Mauna Loa L'tiakiuj? one trip in
place of Kinau last W'etlnesdav:
C. V. Spitz, O. H. Ilohleii. I-.
Koikc. J. I!. I.ariny and wife, Ci.
K. Tackahnry, II. Iseubery, I'.
G. Riley, O. Blackstad and wife,
II. F. llaelfield, J. K. Tohin, J.
at ary lime
e in Enl-ish
Store -no So
Lovell, Miss K. II. Wilcox, 11.
M. Whitney. J. W. Harvey, Miss
S. Pino, Kam Fou. Kam Vou. K.
Mivake and 42 deck.
Manager Karl Rohenelahl. of the
McBryde store, has imported a
new Overland car of the 1915 mo
del, embodying all of the new-feature.