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THE GARDKN ISLAND TUESDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1914
PUBLIC LANDS FOR HOMESTEADS
OPENING OF PUBLIC LANDS
FOR HOMESTEADS IN THE
TERRITORY O F HAWAII.
Notice is herein' given that the
public lands hereinafter described
1 will be opened for liotnesteading
as follows, in accordance with law
and subject to withdrawal before
1. LOCATIONS OF LANDS.
The lands to be opened are on the
Island of Oahu and the Island of
Kauai. Those on Oahu arc the
lands of Halekou Waikaluakai and
Kaluaptthi-Waikalua Section "C"
in Kancohe, Koolaupoko District.
Those on Kauai are lots situate at
Kapaa-M a u k a, in the District
known as "Kapahi."
2. CHARACTER OF LANDS
These lands arc first class agricul
3. TERMS AND METHODS
OF DISPOSITION. The persons
entitled to take said lands will be
determined by drawing or allot
ment. Each applicant may take one lot
or two adjoining lots in the Hale-kou-Waikaluakai
Waikalua Section "C", and not
more than one lot at Kapaa. Lots
58, 59, 60 and 61, Kapaa, may be
taken as one lot.
These lots may be taken onlv,
under Special Homestead Agree
ment. The principal terms of the above
Special Homestead Agreement are:
(a) Payment 5lc down, 5 in
one year, 10 each year thereafter
until the full purchase price i s
paid, 'with inteiest at fcc per an
num, but with the privilege of
paying anv or all installments at
any time .i id thereby stop the cor
respond! ig inteiest;
(b) Residence Five years dur
ing the :irsr ten years in periods
of not less than six months at a
time; or, tlnce vears continuously;
residence to begin within t w o
(c) Cultivation 20, 30, -10, 50,
and 60V of the land, and 5, 10,
15, 20 and 25 trees per acre on the
remaining 40'c af the land from
the end of the first, second, third,
fcurth and fifth vears, respective
ly, until the homesteader becomes
entitled to a patent, or, A0cn of the
land and 25 tiees per acre on the
remainder for three years conduit
ously, other conditions having been
fulfilled up to time of beginning of
said three years;
(d) Transfers Restrictions on
selling, leasing, etc., as presciibed
(e) Patent In from three to ten
years according to the time within
which the provisions as to pay
ment, residence and cultivation arc
Possession will b given at once.
Exceptions and reservations will
b e m a d e for 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 I N DRAWING.
All persons qualified to take home
steads may, before Monday, De
cembei 28, 1914. but not thereaf
ter, present to the Commissioner
of Public Lands, Honolulu, by
ordinary mail, but not in person
or bv registered mail or otherwise,
sealed envelopes containing their
applications for participation i u
the drawing herein provided for;
but no enve' v.u shall contain more
than one a. . ation r am other
paper than the application, .iiid no
person shall present more than one
application for the same drawing.
There will be one drawing for
the Islands of Oahu and Kauai.
All such applications must be
made on blank forms furnished by
the Commissioner of Public Lands
or his agents, and must show the
full name, m a i 1 address, age,
height, weight and sex ot the ap
plicant. and whether he or she is
single or married, and be sworn to
by him or her before a sub-agent
of public lands, notary public,
judge or other officer authorized to
administer oaths, a n d must be
mailed in envelopes furnished by
the Commissioner or a n y such
All such envelopes shall have
printed upon them the Commis
sioner's address a u d the words
"Application' ' , the
blank in which the quotation must
be filled in with the island in which
the land desired by the applicant
is situated; and no suclf envelope
shall indicate the person by whom
it was presented or mailed or bear
any mark of indentification. All
envelopes must 'be securely sealed
and should have the requisite
'stamps attached thereto before
they are placed in the mail.
Any person who presents more
than one application for this laud
drawing or any application in any
other than his true name, shall
not be permitted 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 will forthwith be returned to
5. DRAWING AND ASSIGN
MENT OF ORDER OF SELEC
TION. Upon receiving any such
envelope properly addressed and
properly indorsed as above requir
ed, the Commissioner will deposi
it it in a suitable container, into
which will be deposited only and
all such envelopes as arc properly
indorsed for the drawing, and such
container will be so constructed
and so kept as to prevent enve
lopes deposited therein from being
removed therefrom without detec
tion until th.. ire publicly opened
on the day w.ien the drawing and
assignments are made.
At 9 o'clock a. m. at the Capitol
Building, Honolulu, on Monday,
December 28, 1914, or as soon
thereafter as may be, the container
for said land drawing, will be pub
licly opened and all the envelopes
therein will be thoroughly mixed,
and will then be taken, one at a
time, impartially and indiscrimi
nately, from such container and
the applications contained in such
envelopes, when correct in form
and execution, will be numbered
serially in the order in which they
are taken, beginning 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 the applicants to whom
numbers are assigned, showing the
number assigned to each of them,
will be conspicuously posted, and
furnished to the papers for publi
cation as a matter of news, and
notice of the number assigned and
the time and place at which he
must appear to make his selection
will be promptly mailed to the ad
dress set forth in the application
of each person to whom a number
All applications which are not
correct in form and execution will
be marked "Rejected, import cctly
executed." and filed in the order
in which they are rejected, and
notice thereof will be sent to the
persons who presented such appli
cations. 6. SELECTION OF L O T S.
Beginning at 9 o'clock a. m.
On Thursday, December 3 1,
1914, at the Land Office, Capitol
Building, Honolulu, for the Island
O n Thursday. December 31,
1914, at the Court House. Kapaa,
Kauai, for the Island of Kauai.
Any persons holding numbers
assigned to them for the above
land drawing in a y make their
selection ot the lots that are open
to selection and desiied by them
in the order in which their applica
tions for participation are number
ed. If any person who has been as
signed a number at the drawing
fails to appear and make his selec
tion when the number assigned to
him is reached and his name is
called, his right to select will be
passed until the other applicants
assigned have been disposed of,
when his nan 11 be called again,
and if he then ,..,l.s to appear and
make his selection, he will be
deemed to have abandoned h i s
right to select.
7. PROOF AT TIME OF SE
LECTION. At the time he ap
pears to make his selection, each
applicant must b e prepared t o
show his qualifications to take a
ho. in -lead by affidavit in the form
P'e-.ei ibed by the Commissioner,
:.ni! otherwise. If anv applicant
is not a citizen of the United
States by birth, he must present at
the same time either the original
or a certified copy of his declara
tion of intention to become a citi
zen, or of the order of the court
admitting him to citizenship; and
if an applicant who is not born in
the United States claim citizenship
through his fathers naturalization
while he was under 21 years of
ag , he must present a certified
copy of the order of the court ad
mitting his father to citizenship.
No person who appears to be
disqualified to take a homestead
will be permitted to make a selec
tion, or, in case he has made a
selection to receive the necessary
papers or take or retain possession
of the lot selected.
Ji. FORMS, MAPS, INFORMA
TION. Blank forms of applica
tions, addressed envelopes for ap
plications, blank forms of affidavits
of qualifications, other necessarv
forms and information in regard
to the lands to be opened and the
terms u.uler which fhey may be
taken, may be obtained from the
Commissioner o f Public Lands,
Honolulu, or from the Asst. Sub
Agent, Miss Beruice PL L. Hund
ley, Kapaa, Kauai.
Rev. Dr. Frederick Stubbs, the
noted English lecturer and- writer,
arrived on Kauai Friday morning
and was the guest, first, of Rev. J.
M. Lvdgatc. Since then he has
been variously entertained and
provided with such facilities as he
desired for seeing and becoming
acquainted with the island.
His first lecture was in Lihue
Social Hall Friday evening and
was under the atisj ices of the Mo
kihaua Club, the subject being
"Jamaica". Quite a good-sized
audience attended. The discourse
was illustrated by means of lantern
slides, the machine being operated
by Rev. J. M. Lvdgate, who,
while not claiming to be an ex
pert, gave very general satisfac
tion. Mr. Stubbs' talk was instructive
and was replete with humor, keep
ing his auditors on the qui vve
The second lecture of Dr.
Stubbs, given Sunday evening-under
the auspice?' of the. Chamber of
Commerce, is treated elsewhere in
The traveller-lecturer will spend
several days on Kauai and will see
most points of interest. He
brought a large number of letters
to residents in the various towns.
Dr. Stubbs is a retired minister
who for several years has been
travelling for the benefit of his
health. He makes no charge for
his lectures. Stories of his travels
are contributed to something like
twenty-six papers and periodicals
in various parts of the world.
The meeting ol the Waimea
Literary Society, appointed for
last Saturday evening to hear the
lecture of Dr. Stubbs, was post
poned for one week on account of
the slight disability of the lecturer.
Dr. and Mrs. Lyman, Waimea,
entertained Saturday evening in
honor of the students from Hono
lulu who are at home for the
The Honolulu Drug Company
receive fine enndies on ice by every
steamer, and ship to Kauai by par
cels' post. See their announce
ment elsewhere in this issue.
ISLAND OF OAHU.
HAL E KOU WAIKALUAKAI ,
ON LECTURE OU
DISTRICT OF KOOLAUPO
KO. Lot No. Area Appraised Value
19 10.68 $ 700.00
20 11.14 725.00
21 11.55 750. or'
22 13.56 550.00
23 il.iO . 650.00
24 10.02 575 00
25 10.83 . 650.00
26 10.60 650.00
27 12.16 675.00
23 J 0.05 475 00
29 15.50 900.00
30 13.08 650.00
31 13.40 625.00
32 10.80 450.00
33 12.15 525.00
34 14.35 425.00
"C".) DISTRICT OF KOO
LAUPOKO. 41 7.60 $ 450.00
42 9.15 545.00
13 9.56 565.00
44 10.39 575.00
45 10.90 ' 550.00
46 10.53 550.00
47 11.07 500.00
ISLAND OF KAUAI.
KAPAA MAUKA (KAPAHI),
DISTRICT OF KAWAIIIAU.
58, 59. 60 & 61 19.10 $ 190.00
168 23,12 231.00
169 22.27 223.00
170 23.08 237.00
171 21.54 175.00
172 34.84 279.00
(S) Josuva Ti. Tucker,
Commissioner of Public Lands.
(S) Lt'cius K. Pinkham,
Governor of Hawaii.
Dated October 27th, 1914.
Passengers In And Out
The following arrived from Ho
nolulu by ihi Kiuati Wednesday
P. R. Ise- , Walter Macfar
lane, D. Lei . B. Lymcu. P.
F. Baldwin. . Baldwin, Mrs.
R. L. Wilco.. W. H. Rice Sr.,
F. J. Kelly. '. K. Cockett. Mr.
and Mrs. M. A. Nicoll and child, j
F. II. Havselden, J Lulled, Miss1
Susie Aaea, C. Gomes, J. Gomes,
A. Gomes, T. Brandt. C. H. Wil
cox. Mr. and Mis. G P. Wilcox,
R. T. Ralph, J. P. Cooke, W. G.
Hall, H. Isenberg. Mrs M.Rob-1
bins, Mrs. E. A. Knudscn, Miss'
L. Orange, Fred Ellis. A. Ma ret 1 !
lino, Ah Chock, Goo Ho, Mis.j
Kawahara, Mrs. C. Miyaki and 38 1
The following arrived b the
W. G. Hall Friday morning:
Miss E. Rice. Miss B. Wishard.i
Rev. Stubbs, F. N Broadbent W. !
J. Dyer, II. Glass, F. Deicher,
Miss E. Ilobdy S. Robertson, F.
A. Lyman, M. C nev, R. J. Cod
dington. K. Iwasaki, M. A. Mika
ele, Russell Frazier, A. F. Robert
son, M. Lydgate, Hans Hansen.
Jas. Douse, Chang Pung, J. Morji
and 12 deck.
After Overloaded Autos
The oolice department is going
after overloaded autos on the pub
lic highways, and several arrests
have been made. It is said that ,
li tir i 1 1 ri tin 1 cinn i.rc tti 1 li i e rnrrn r A I
141. I 4 t Vtl 4 illllllbtil 444 llll IIIIU
are the drivers of the flag autos
running over the belt road.
Schools Close Friday
The public schools will close j
Friday for the Christmas vacation.
'Examinations were held last week.
The Kauai High And Grammar
School held its first examinations i
last week, with very gratifying!
VCT UllH O OWWF o vtom '
Despite recent fears of a shortage on account
of disturbed conditions in Europe, Hofgaard
& Company will be able to make a grand
display of Christmas goods this year. Some
of the items now ready are Hawaiian Jewelry
and other Souvenirs, Cut Glass, Fancy
Stationery, Toys, Etc.; Norwegian Enameled
Ware, Japanese Silks, Fancy Goods and
Notions, Mandarin Coats, Etc., Etc.
ard & Co. Ltd.
C. W. SPITZ, Prop.
NAWIUWILI, KAUAI TELEPHONE 104
Automobiles to all Paris of Kauai,
all hours, Day and Night
Autos and light machinery repaired.
Plumbing and gas fittings. Agents for Fisk;l
and Goodrich Tires
Agents for the Inter
Co., Ltd., at
ens Button Shoes
Manufacturer's Shoe Store
and Tubes, Chalmers,
Velie, Federal and
Island Steam Navigation
The New Dome
Black Kid. Dull Calf, and Jtus
sia Calf. On a new medium
round, easy fitting last. Snap
py enough for the young men
and at the same time -quietj
enough in style for the older