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THE GARDEN ISLAND. TUESDAY f MAY 16, 1916
Notict is hertby given that the
ndersigned will be at the places
ad at the times named below for
le purpose of rtgietering persons
ho have not vet registered as
ters of the County of Kauai and
t ho may apply to the undersigned
or registration as such voters.
Notice is also given that the vot
Ws who have changed their resi
dences from one precinct to an
Jthei within this County after
,heir registration will have to re
(ister again as such voters in the
General County Register under the
iroper precinct before the close of
;he said General County Register,
to-wit: ten (10) days before the
xext Primary Election which will
Se held on the first Saturday of
October next, and after the said
first Saturday of October until the
' close of the said General County
Register to-wit: at midnight im
mediately preceding the 18th day
of October next before the next
General Election which will be
' held on the 7th day of November
Notice is further given that all
persons applying for registration
as voters who became citizens of
the United States of America and
of the Territory of Hawaii by vir
tue of naturalization papers issu
ed to them to produce said natura
lization papers for otherwise their
applications will bt denied,
Thursday May 16. 1916. at Na-
katsujt Store, Wainiha, 1012 M.;
Hanalei Court House, 1-30-2:30
Kilauea Store, 4-5:30 P. M.
Saturday May 20, 1916, Kapaa
Court House, 3:30-7:30 P. M.
Tuesday lune 13, 1916, Waimea
Court House, 9:30-12 M.
Kekaha Plantation Office, 3-5
Wednesday, June 14, 1916, Mor
rison Hall, Makaweli 9:30-12M.
HanaDepe Store, 3-5 P. M.
Thursday, June 15, 1916, Silva's
Eleele Store. 9:30-12 M.
Homestead Store, Kalaheo, 2:30
Friday. June 16, 1916, Koloa
Court House, 3-5 P. M.
Notice is also given that on all
legal business days other than the
above dates and during business
hours the undersigned will be at
his office in Lihue to register those
who may apply for registration as
J. Mahiai Kaneakua,
County Clerk, County of Kauai.
Lihue, Kauai, May 6th, 1916.
MA KE KAUOHA
IIOOLAIIA 1IOOPAA INOA
Ke liooluliaiu aku nei inn keia (
noho una ka mea nona ka inoa nia
lalo iho nei no ka hoopaa ana i ka
inoa o ka poe apau i hoopaa ole i
ko lukou mau inoa i poe koho balota
no ke Kalana o Kauai nei a e noi
mai ana hoi e hoopaaia ko lukou
mau inoa ma ke ano he poe koho
Ke hoolaha pu ia aku nei o ka
poe koho balota apau i hoololi ae
ko lakou niau wahi noho mai ka
mahcle koho balota a lakou i hoo
paa ai i pe koho balota a i kekalii
mahele koho okoa aku o ke Kalana
o Kauai nei mahope mai nei o ia
hotipna inoa ana, u hoopaa hou la
kou i ko lakou mau inoa maloko o
ka Buke Inoa o ka Poe Koho Balota
e keia Kalana, ma ke ano he poe
koho balota no ka mahele koho a
lakou e noho nei i keia wa mamua
ae o ke paniia ana o ia Buke Inoa,
oia hoi: he unii (10) la mamua
mai o ka la koho balota Wae Moho
r malamaia ana ma ka Poano Mua
o Okatoba ae nei, a mahope aku
hoi o ia Poano Mua a hiki i ka wa
e pani houia ai ia Buke Inoa oia
hoi: ma ka waenakonu mi mumua
koke iho no o ka la 18 o Okatoba
ae nei, mamua mai hoi o ke Koho
Bulota N n i e malamaia ana ma ka
la 7 o Novemaba e hiki mai ana.
Poaha, Mei 18, l'Utf, ma ka hale
kuai o Nakatsuji ma Wainiha, liora
Hale Ilookolokolo o Hanalei,
Halekuai o Kilauea, 4-5:30 p. in.
Poaono, Mei 20, l()l(i, Halelloo-
The annual Territorial Summer
School will be held at the Normal
School, Honolulu. July 3 to July
28, 1916 (20 days). Regular teach
ers examinations will be held
during the first week of August.
No tuition fee will be charged.
Candidates must be at least eighteen
vears of age. Candidates not in
the public school service are ex
pected to have at least passed the
eighth grade final examinations.
Opportuuity will be given for can
didates to take the eighth grade
examinations at schools when there
is an eighth grade This depart
ment should be notified, however,
by those wishing to take the examinations,
Hawaii Educational Review.
MORTGAGEE'S NOTICE OF INTEN
TION TO FORCLOSE AND OF
Notice is hereby given that tin
der the power of sale contained in
that certain mortgage made by
Matsuiiro Abe to Alase Sannoski,
dated the 3rd day of February, A.
D. 1914, and recorded in the Reg
istrv of Conveyances ot the Terri
tory of Hawaii in Liber 411 on
pages 7-11: the said Alase Sanno
ski, mortgagee, intends to fore
close the same for conditions biok
en, to wit, the non-payment of
principal and interest due on the
promissory note and debt secured
Notice is likewise given that af
ter the expiration of twenty one
days from the date of the first
publication of this notice, to wit,
on Wednesday the 7th day of June,
A. D. 1916, at 12 o'clock noon of
said day, the property covered ln
said mortgage will be sold at Pub
uc Auction, on said property, at
Koloa, County of Kauai.
Terms of Sale. Cash. Deeds at
the expense of purchaser.
For further particulars apply to
C. S. Dole, attorney for said Mort
Dated at Lihue. Kauni; May 16
DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY
COVERED BY SAID MORT
GAGE AND TO BE SOLD AS
The Lease, for the balance of
the term hereinafter noted, of all
that parcel of land, 70 feet long
by 40 feet wide, situate in Koloa
District of Koloa, County of Ka
uai, Territoiy of Hawaii, on which
is now situated the Building known
as "Koloa Hall"; leased by Willi
am Charman of said Koloa to
James K. Kula, and demised unto
the said Mortgagor, his executors
administrators, and assigns, forthe
term of Thirteen Years fro::; the
27th day of November, A. D, 1912
at the yearly rental of Sixty Dol
lars ($60,00). under and subjeo
to the covenants by the Lessee
and conditions therein contained
(May 16. 23. 30, 1916.)
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MEETING OF THE FREE
MASONS OF KAUAI
A banquet meeting of the Free
Masons of Kauai is planned to be
held on Saturday June 24th. (St
John's Day) at Lihue Hotel.
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Poaha, lune 1.',, HC, II, ,1
0 Silva ma Klcele, !t;:;o-1- i,,.
Halekuai Iluinestead ma k'ala
beo, 2:30-o i. m.
Poalinia, June If,, I'.ilu,
Iloukulnkoln ma Koloa, p. i,,
Ke hoolalia Imll ia aku in i in
1 1 a
noi ma na la liana apau a ma
bora liana no hoi c nolni ana no 1
mea nona Ka inoa malalo j i i
kona keena oibana ma I.IIII'l
ka hoopaa ana i ka inoa n l a
apau e noi mai ana e hoopaaia k
lakou man inoa i por koho ,a
no keia Kalana.
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