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THE GAR-DEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, JANUARY 25, 1916. -
HAWAII'S GIFI 10
(Special li'aStncl'n tnrte'potiJenit of Till:
Washington, 1). C, Jan. 5.
Snpeiintendtiit Clin. R. !'orlcs
tn lav appeared l'cfore the Ilouf
Committee n Territories and pre
sented arKiuucnts in favor of the
hill introduced by Delegate Kalani
anaole providing fur the ratifica
tion of the act of the Territory of
Hawaii extending the uc of the
power of eminent domain to public
Senator Warren has introduced
hills in the Senate to ratify the
act of the Hawaiian Legislature
amending tbe franchise held bv
the Honolulu (ias Company, Lim
ited, by extending it to include
all of the islan 1 of Oahu. and
amending the franchise of the Ha
waiian Elcctiic Company .Limited,
for the same purpose.
The candidacy of Senator Coke
for appointment as Uniied States
Attorney for Haw lii is 1 ei ii? push
ed by a large number of his friends
iu the Senate and House and it is
believed the Department of Justice
is favorably, inclined towards his
appointment. Should a resident
of the Territory get the place it is
reasonably certain Coke will be se
Special Washington Correspondence of THE
Washington. D. C. Dec. 28.
There has been a lull in -the activ
ities of visitors t o Washington
from Hawaii during the holiday
season. A iiuiet canvas still con
tinues for the position of United
States Attorney and if the local
candidates . could Compose their
differences doubtless a resident of
the Territory would be appointed.
But while these differences exist
the appointing power, which would
like the place as a political reward
for some resident of the mainland,
is likelv to let the local candidates
kill each other o!f, and thus leave
the way open for the appointment
of an outsider. If a resident of
the Territory should be selected
the choice is likely to fall upon
Senator Coke, who has the advan
tage of being on the ground and
the support of a large number of
Democratic members of Congress.
THE "FIRST LAD!"
S(iwl Washington correspondence of THE
GARDEN ISI.AND. I
Washington, !. C. Dec. 28.
President and Mr. Wilson have
received a fate wedding present
from the Daughters of Hawaii, nn
organization of native Hawaiian
women headed lv the fotmertjucen
Liliuoknlani. The lieautiful box
containing the present was sent in
time to have reached here before
the wedding, but was delayed in
transit mid was convened to the
White Home yesterday by Hon.
J. Kuhio K.tlanianaole, the Hawai
ian delegate in Congress. 1 lie
gift is a magnificent scarf made of
rare Hawaiian cloth, woven by
hand by members of the Daughters
of Hawaii, and handsomely em
broidered. With the present, which
is inside a lavishly made box of
the costliest mahogany, :.s a per
sonal message to Mrs. Wilson from
the former queen, expressing the
earnest felicitations of the native
women of Hawaii for the future
happiness of President and Mrs.
In Tiik Cik'ctit Coi-rt, Firm
ClRCTIT, lllKKITUKY 1)1'
July A'D. Term- ,.' ,
TERR ITORY OF 1 1 AW A 1 1, by.
Arthur C. Wheeler. Acting Super-
Lati Chong, Lau Tip and Lam
Yorh, nil of Koloa, Kauai, give
notice, that they have formed a
copartnership under the name and
style of Sang Chong Company,
general merchandise and butcher,
at Koloa, Kauai.
Sang Chong Company;
Koloa, Kauai, Jan. 14, 1916.
Kapaa, Kauai. T. H,
January 19th, 1916.
J. M. Lydgate cc Frank Cox,
Commissioner of Juiors,
Upon reading the Garden Island
Taper dated Jan. 18, 1916 and run
ning over the list of Jurors for
I'M 6 it was a great surprise to us
for not scening any of the Portu
autse Voters of Kawaihau enlisted
as Jurors for the said term.
we would like to know what is
the cause of this. Is it because
they are only good to Vote and
not to serve as Jurors? Oris it
because the Commissioners are s-o
ignorant as to ignore the Portu
The total Voters of Kawaihau
are composed of 1 Portuguese
and we do believe that some of
them are capable nnd intelligent
enough to serve as jurors of in any
other case as far as business is
concerned. - ,
The Portuguese Voters are well
looked upon when the White Men
is running5 as a Candidate for
Office. Hut time will come when
the said Portuguese Voters will
turn turtle and not support such
Candidates any longer.
Chairman of Kawaihau Portu
The regular annual meeting of
the Hawaiian Historical Society,
the 23rd in its histcrv, took place
at the rublic Library rooms in
Honolulu, Monday evening. Jan.
In spite of the exceeding incle
mency of the weather there was a
large attendance, the largest on
record it is understood. The prin
cipal contribution of the evening
was a vcrv careful and exhaustive
article by J . M. Lydgate on "Kail-
mu-alii the last King of Kauai"
which abundantly made good for
him the claim to the high place
of the very first of Hawaiian gen
tlemen; the. best interpretation of
that courtesy, dignity, kindliness
and charity, whic.i is significant
of the highest type of Hawaiian
It is regarded as a notable addi
tion to local history. The paper
will be published in the proceed
ings of the Society.
O Lau Chong, Lau Tip ame
Lam Yook, o lakou apau no Ko
loa, Kauai, ke haawi aku net i
hoolaha, no ko lakou hoohui ana
ae la lakou ma ke ano iiui, a e
ikeia no ma ka inoa o Sang Chong
Company, he poe malama Halekuai
ame Kuai Hi pi , ma Koloa, Kauai.
Rang Chong Company.
Koloa, Kauai, Jan. 14, 1916.
S. Morimoto and K. Yokovama
have purchased the rice plantation
owned bv Quong Sam Sing, Wai
lua, Lihue, Kauai.
Rice and Cows ar not transfered
but all the rest Rice Mill, Horse.
Mules, Houses, Boats, Wagons
and all the working articles
The following arrived by the Ki
nau Thursday morning from
W. H. Friedlev, O. X. Wilcox,
Mrs, C. Jacobson, H. Isenberg,
A. S. Hcywood, Miss Jacobson.
II. Walters. A. R. Gurrey. S.
Sayegusa, G A. McDermott, R.
L. Morton, K. Okuma, Mrs. Ha
nai, II. P. Faye. Y. Kasahara, C.
Smith, Dr. Derby, J. Gray, C. W.
Spitz, F. Wong. L. Quonsou, Y.
Shido, A. K. Gandall, Mrs. Sara
hoff. S.Tashima. Misses. Sarahoff
(2) L. A. Hill. !. Takahashi. 11.
X. Browne. K. Xakana, Miss Yee
Po, Mrs. IJandman, Miss R. Chong
J. Xakata, Miss Chong, M. Sako
be, K. Kobavashi. Fuguwara and
wife, W. Izinioto, Miss Rose Car
rol, K. Miyake.
The following arrived by the S.
S. Maui Friday morning:
J. W Cum.miiigs. M. A. Ram
say, Colonel Lincoln, Gen. Sam
Joh ison and servant, R. Kind,
R. 15. Morris. A.Gartley. Richard
Ivers, J.H. Kuscher. J. M. Lyd
gate, Max Schleminer, Miss Har
rison, K. Sujimoto. Xishi Kasiya.
Wholesale and Retail Groceiiei
Dry Goods of all Descriptions.
The Legislature of 1915 having
appropriated the sum of $2500 to
pay bounties for the extermination
of mongoose, notice is hereby giv
en thai a bounty of ten cents will
be paid for each mongoose head
produced and delivered according
Such heads shi11 be delivered to
the tax assessor of the division
wnere caught, together with a
statement under oath specifying
the amount of bounty claimed and
setting forth that the mongoose
from which such heads were taken
were killed within such taxation
division within sixty days next
preceding the date of such deliv
C, J. McCarthy.
Treasurer, Territory of Hawaii
Jan. 11-18-25. Adv
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Phone, 53 W . Waimea.
intendent of Public Works .
' Plaintiff and.. Petitioner, f, .
vs... ,., , , .,
Annie S. Ktiudscn, Augustus P.
Knudsen, Arthur Si Knudsen, by
Bishop Trust Company Ltd, his
Guardian: Eric A. Knudsen, Ida
E. Von Holt, Maud Garstin. II.
M. Von Holt. Trustee, Yamani,
Oaki.' Francis Gav, . Aubrey
Robinson, Jane R. Gay and Mrs.
Aubrey (Helen) Robinson, co;
partners doing business under the
firm name and style of Gay &
Robinson, Kekaha Sugar Company
Ltd, Waimea Sugar Company Ltd,
John poe, Marv Doe. and Richard
Roe. unknown owners and claim
ants. . . ' .
Defendants and Responde'nts.
Alias Term Summons.
THE TERRITORY OF HA
WAII: To the high Sheriff of the Terri
tory of Hawaii, or his Deputy; the
Sheriff of the County of Kauai, or
You are commanded to summon
Annie S. Knudsen, Augustus F.
Knudsen, Maud K. Garstin, John
Doe, Mary Doe and Richard Roc,
defendants, in case thev shall, file
written answer within twenty days
after service hereof, to be and ap
pear before the said Circuit Court
at the July 1916 Term thereof, to
be holden at Lihue, County of
Kauai, on Wednesday the 5th day
of July next, at 10 o'clock A. m.
to show cause why the claim of
The Territory of Hawaii, plaintiff,
should not be awarded to plaintiff
pursuant to the tenor of its complaint.
And have you then and there
this writ with full return of your
Witness the Honorable Lyle A
Dickev, Judge of the Circuit Court
of the Fifth Circuit, at Lihue, this
17th day of January, 1916c
(Signed) D. Wm. Dean
TERRITORY OF HAWAII,
COUXTY OF KAUAI. J
I, D. W. Dean, 'Clerk of 'the
Circuit Court of the Fifth' Judicial
Circuit, Territory of Hawaii,' do
heieby certify that the foregoing
is a full, true tind correct copy of
the alias summons in the case-of
The Territory of Hawaii vs. An
nie Knudsen, et al., as the same
appears of record and on file in the
office of the Clerk of said Court,
1 I further certify that the petition
prays the condemnation for use as
d wharf site, of the following des
qribed land and its appurtenances.
situate at Waimea, Island a n
County of Kauai, Territory of Ha
beginning at a point on the .sea
shore at high water 'mark, from
which point of beginning the true
azimuth and distance to a na:l set
in the outer end ot tne wnart is
120 22 46" 378.5 feet; the true
azimuths and distances from said
nail to Government Trig, Station
"Puu-Lani" is 272 4.V. 28,469.80
feet and to Government Trig. Sta
tion "I'uu O Papai" is 292 51
21,271.23 feet running by true
azimuths as follows:
t 1. 185 52 258.0 feet; 2. 95
-V' 62 0 feet; J. 5 52' 258.0 feet:
4). Thence along high water mark
to ioint of beginning, the true
ayimuth and distance Wina 275
52', 62.D feet. Containing an area
of 15,996 juure feet( more or less.)
All person having ny interest
in, or claim to. the land and it?
appurtenance bought to be con
demned, are hereby warned that
unlet thev file auwr at said
Circuit Court, on or lfoie May 8,
1916. thev will le foiever barred
from CGtiteting viid (xtilion or
u'py judgnittit entered thereon.
J In wittiest whereof I have here
unto ict my hand and affixed the
t) of the kiid Circuit Court this
17th day of January. 1916.
(Si:ued) D Wt. Dkan.
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