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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1915
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ARBOR DAY TREES
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offer to supply to homesteaders
and other landowners free trees for
plaining on their own lots. Each
applicant is entitled to apply for
24 seedling trees. The seedlings
ate pot-grown plants of size readv
to set out, In receiving them the
applicant agree to seo that tht
trees are planted and given proper
care until established The pur
pose of tins free distribution Is to
supply trees onlv to those who
really want and will use them.
The 24 plants may be oil of one
kind, or made up partly of one
species, and partly of another, pro-
viced, however, thnt no one appli
cant may have more than 12 plants
of any one of the flowering or
ornamental trees. The Arbor Day
distribution is limited to the species
named below. The following trees
are available at the Government
Nursery, Honolulu, for planting
on Arbor Day, Nov. 19, 1915:
Flowering and Ornamental Trees:
Golden Shower Cassia fistula,
Pink and White Shower Cassia
nodosa, Pinlr Shower Cossia
grandia, Royal Potnciana Poind
ana regis; Yellow Poinciana Pel
tophorum ferrugineum, Jacaran
da Jacaranda mimosaefolio, Pep
per Tree Schinus molle), Monte
rev Cypress Cupressus macrocar
pa, St. Thomas Tree Bauhinia
tomentosa, Araliaceae Brassaia
actinophylla, Paper Bark Tree
Tree Melaleuca aricifolia.
Silk Oak Crevillea robusta
Ironwood LCasuarina equisetifo
lia, Ironwood Highland Casu
arina quidrivalvis, Blue Gum
TEucalyptus globulus, Swamp
Mahogany Eucalyptus robusta.
A Sub-Nursery i n charge of
Mr. Walter McBryde is located at
Homestead, Kauai, and persons
within a reasonable distance of
this nursery should apply direct
to Mr. McBivde.
The trees available at the Sub-
JNurserv w.ll he o t the species
suitable for forest and wind-break
planting, also trees foi shade and
ornamental purposes. Persons re
siding on the other Islands who
desire trees from the Government
Nursery in Honolulu are request
ed to send in their orders s soon
as possible, or not later than Nov.
8. All orders should lie in our
hands not later than Nov. 15.
Plants will be ready tot distribu
tion on Nov. 18, -and all orders
not called for before Nov. 27 will
be turned back into the regular
stock on that date.
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I n tub Circuit Court o f The
Fifth Circuit, Territory
At Chambers In Probate.
In the matter of the estate of
NKLLIE SPITZ, deceased.
Order ot notice of Hearing peti
tion for administration.
On reading and filinR the peti
tion of C. W. Spitz, of Lilme. al
leging that Nellie Spitz of Lihue,
died intestate at Honolulu on the
16th. day of September. A. D. 1915,
leaving propertv in the Hawaiian
Islands necessary to be administer
ed upon, real property o f the
value of $1500 00 and personal
consisting ot money in bank of the
value of 1.975.00 and praying that
letters of administration be issued
C. W. Soitz.
It is ordered that Saturday, the
27th day of Novembtr A. D. 1915,
at 10 o'clock a. m., be and hereby
is appointed for hearing said peti
tion in the Court room of this
Court at Lihue, at which time and
place all persons concerned may
show cause, if any they have, whv
said petition should not be granted.
Dated at Lihue this 20th day of
(Sgd.) Lylk A. Dickey,
Judge of the Circuit Court of the
(Sgd.) D. Wm. Dean,
Clerk of the Circuit Court ot the
Oct. 26th. Noy. 2-9-16.
The great, national Republican
convention of 1916 will be invi
ted to Honolulu, it is a brave
stroke the invitation. Honolulu
is far away from political centers
and, furthermore, in seeking the
convention will have to; compete
against greater cities and power-!
ful influences. But the Republi-j
can territorial central committee
has decided to invite the conven-1
tion, and to that end adopted the'
following resolutions, introduced
bv Robert W. Breckons and to be'
sent to National Committeemen1
Chas. A. Rice. ho is now on his
way to attend a meeting of the
"Whereas, The Republican na
tional convention will meet some
time during the year 1916 for the
purposes ot placing in nomination
a candidate for President of the
United States for the term com
mencing the fourth day ot March,
"Whereas, Honolulu, in the
Territory of Hawaii, although not
a part of the mainland, is well
located as a place for the holding
of said convention, and is well
equipped both with hotel accom
modations and a hall sufficiently
large for the purpose of holding
said convention; and
"Whereas, The steamer accom
modations between the mainland
of the United States and Hono
lulu could be arranged in such a
way that all delegates and visitors
desiring to attend such conven
tion could be accommodated; and
"Whereas, The climate of the
Territory of Hawaii at the time
the national convention is usually
held is more pleasant than that
usually experienced in other cities
of the United States in which said
convention has heretofore ben
"Whereas, The citizens of the
Territory of Hawaii, irrespective
of patty, will gladlv welcome the
delegates and visitors to the con
vention, and will provide such
financial assistance as raav be re
quired by the national committee
lor the holding of the convention
now therefore be it
"RESOLVED, That on behalf
of the Republican partv o f the
Territory of Hawaii, the territorial
central committee does hereby ex
tend an invitation to the Republi
can national committee to hold the
191 convention at Honolulu, in
the Territory of Hawaii; and be it
"RESOLVED, That the chair
man of this committee be instruct
ed to notify the chairman of the
Republican national committee of
the invitation thus extended, and
to state to said chairman that anv
requests made by the national
committee for funds would be
promptly laid before the citizens
of Hawaii, and that any such re
quest for funds would in nil prob
ability meet with . favorable res
ponse; and be it further
"RESOLVED, That the chair
man of this committee be instruct
ed, in extending the invitation, to
lay before the said nationc.l com
mittee the advantage of Honolulu
as a conveution city.
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