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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, MARCH 6, 1917,
; Notice of Sale ef
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en to the committee hntli pr and
eon on tliisqurstion but we feel tint
it is sudieient, in explanation of the
rotnmittee'x aetion in providing for
n plebiscite by petition, to say that
tlie uncontradicted statement to the
committee was that there was an
understanding, tantamount to an
agreement, hetween the opposing
forces in the Territory that theques
tion should he suhmitted bv et.
''The original hill covering t,;s
suhject and containing that provi
sion was first referred to a subeoin
mittee of which the author of this
report was made chairman. The
'question of the wisdom or the rea
sons for this provision arose early
in the consideration of that hill by
"The representatives of the
"drys" claimed that there was such
an understanding or agreement as
nlmve referred to. The Delegate from
the Territory not hcing in Washing
ton at that time cabled the chair
man as follows:
"I strongly urge prohibition liq
uor trallic by petition plebiscite bill.
This statement as well as the
statement that there was an under
standing, practically amounting to
an agreement, that this question
should bo presented to the people
of the Territory by petition, was
afterwards confirmed by the )ele
gatc, ami other interested parties
in person before the full coinmitiee.
"Your committee desiring to con
form as nearly as maybe to the wish
es of the people of the Territory on
this matter but keeping in mind al
ways the best intere-t of that peo
ple, adopted that provision after first
safeguarding the best we knew the
provisions of the bill and now pre
sent the same to the House for its
careful consideration, hoping that
the people of that splendid Terri
tory may be early saved from tlie
blighting curse of intoxicating liq-
At 12 o'clock noon. Tuesday.
April 17th. I'.ilT, at the front door
of the Capitol P.uilding, Honolulu,
there will be sold at I'ublie Auction,
the following (iovemnieiil land:
Kapaa Town Lot--, Kauai.
I'Ot r , Tpset
No. Block Area I'liec
' A -JJ'.IO:) sq. ft. "0
1 A IlllOsq. ft. 1(H)
11 A .r7r,o sq. ft. 1)0
I-' A 2211(10 sq. ft. 100
7 H l."i07" sip ft. 2."
Purchaser to pay cost of stamps.
For maps and further particulars,
apply at the office of the Sub Agent ,
Miss lierniee K. L. Ilundly, Kapaa,
Kauai, or at the oilier of the Com
missioner of Public Lands, Capitol
B. (!. II i v i:n in in ; i r , ,
Commissioner of I'uhHe Lands.
Dated at Honolulu. February 2S,
March (;-l:i-20-27. April 3-10.
Notice is hereby given that the
Hoard of Equalization will meet at
the Tax Office, Honolulu, begin
ning March 12th, and daily there
after between the hours of !);(X) A.
M. and 1:00 P. M.Mo and inclu
sive of the 17th day of March.
C. .J. McCarthy.
Treasurer, Territory of Hawaii.
Honolulu, February 'it, I'.ilT.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
THE KONALEA WA1LUA
Together with Improvements
Apply: Trustees Bishop Fslale
or J. M. LYDGA'lK, Lihue.
Estate of Charles lllake deceased.
The undersigned, having been
duly appointed Administrator of
the Estate of Charles Hlake, de
ceased, hereby gives public notice
to all creditors of the said deceased,
to present their claims, duly au
thenticated and with proper vouch
ers, if any exist, even if the claim
is seemed bv mortgage upon real
i state, to him, the undersigned, at
his olfice in Yaiine,i, Kauai, with- j
in six months fmm the date of the:
first publication of this notice, such ,
date being February 20, 1 ! 1 7 , or j
said claims will be forever barred.
YVaiinca, Kauai. Fcbruaiv 20,
YY. O. CifowKi.i.,
Administrator o f the " Estate of
Charles lllake, deceased.
Feb. 20, 27. Mar. (i, 1:5, 20.
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and daintv fabrics in party
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i.ig if t'nev are to retain their
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Lihue, Kauai, Hawaii
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