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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, JULY 23. 1918
NOTICE OF SALE OF TOWN LOTS.
The following residence lots and Im
provements situate at Walmea Village,
Walmea, Kauai, will be offered for sale
at public auction, at the following up
set prices, at 10 o'clock A. M. Friday,
August 2nd, 1918, at the Walmea Court
House, Walmea, Kauai.
Terms of Sale: Cash or one-fifth
of the purchase price down and the
balance in iual payments in one, two,
three and four (1, 2, 3 and 4) years
respectively, with interest at six per
cent (6 per cent) per anfium.
Block Lot Area q, feet Improve- Appraised
No. No. more or lest menu) value
C 2 12492 Yea $1749.00
C 3 11947" No 1195.00
C 4 11052 No 1105.00
. C 5 10225 Yes 1122.00
Remnant 1 850 Yes 460.00
2 1912 No 398.00
" 4 1397 No 559.00
5 3332 Yes 1400.00
6 5317 Yes 3246.00
7 1961 No 1373.0C
8 4680 Yes 3308.00
9 4333 Yes 3183.00
14 5.14 ac Yes 2670.00
15 25854 No 297.')0
16 26483 No 305.00
" 20 44283 No 509.00
23 27325 No 314.00
. " 24 19693 No 227.00
29 61295 No 705.00
" 30 47197 No 472.00
31 18065 Yes 308.00
32 38624 Yes 486.00
34 6500 No 75.00
35 7552 Yes 137.00
" 36 24090 No 241.00
37 2Vi ac Yes 1000.00
38 23100 Yes 341.00
39 55360 No 637.00
40 37407 No 430.00
" 41 35946 No 413.00
42 34450 Yes 369.00
47 5380 No 54.00
48 8518 No 85.00
49 41589 No 416.00
50 41087 No 411.00
51 27756 No 277.00
52 66650 No 666.00
55 31450 No 315.00
56 15.fc.ac Yes 6290.00
57 2.7 ac Nov. 1080.00
59 4.2 ac No 1050.00
60 7.6 ac No 760.00
61 7.5 ac Yes 1412.00
" 62 3.7 ac No 555.00
63 17.1 ac No 1710.00
64 9.5 ac No 712.00
65 31.0 ac No 2015.00
" 66 3.0 ac No 195.00
67 19.1 ac No 1241.00
68 11.2 ac No 728.00
69 7.9 ac No " 395.00
70 4.6 ac No 230.00
71 5.9 ac No 295.00
72 1.52 ac No 100.00
Improvements Seperate from Lots
Improvements on Lots 3 and 4 Block
The purchaser will be allowed thirty
days from date of Bale to remove Im
provements on lots 3 and 4 Block C.
For maps and information apply to
Walter D. McBryde, Sub-Agent, Home
stead, Kauai, or at the office of the
- Commissioner of Public Lands, Execu
tive Building, Honolulu, T. H.
B. G. RIVENBURGH,
Commissioner of Public Lands
Dated at Honolulu, '
June 26th, 1918.
Notice is' hereby given that Lots
Nos. 7, 8, 13! and 21 are hereby with
drawn frombthe foregoing sale.
B. G. RIVENBURGH
Commissioner of Public Lands.
Dated at Honolulu,
July 16th, 1918.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FIFTH
Territory of Hawaii
At Chambers In Probate
In the Matter of the Estate of
Mozuro Nakaguma, Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice is hereby given that letters
of administration have been issued
to the Hawaiian TruBt Company,
Limited, as( Administrator of the
Estate of Mozuro Nakaguma, late of
Koloa, County of Kauai, Territory of
Hawaii, deceased. All creditors of
said Mozuro Nakaguma are hereby
notified to present their claims with
proper vouchers or duly authenticat
ed copies thereof, even if the claim
is secured by mortgage ,upon realJ
estate to said Hawaiian Trust Com
pany. Limited, at its office. 120 South
King Street, Honolulu,- Territory of
Hawaii, within six months from date
of the first publication of this notice
or they will be forever barred. All
persons indebted to the said Mozuro
Nakaguma are hereby notified to
make immediate paynynt to the
undersigned as said Administrator.
Dated, Lihue; Kauai, T. H., July
HAWAIIAN TRUST CO., Jm.
Administrator of the Estate of
Mozuro Nakaguma, deceased.
Frear, l'rosser, Anderson & Marx,
Attorneys for Administrafor.
July 16, 23 30, Aug 6.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FIFTH
Territory of Hawaii
At Chambers In Probate
In the Matter of the Estate of
John P. Kamunuwal, Doceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notico is hereby given that letters
testamentary have been Issued to
the Hawaiian Trust Company, Limit
ed, as executor of the will of John
P. Kamanuwai, late of Homestead,
County of Kaual.Territory of Hawaii,
deceased. All creditors of said John
P. Kamanuwai are hereby notified
to present their claims with proper
vouchers or duly authenticated cop
ies thereof, even if the. claim is se
cured by mortgage upon real estate,
to the said Hawaiian Trust Company,
Limited, at its office 120 South King
Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii,
within six months from date of the
first publication of this notice or they
will be forever barred. All persons
Indebted to the said John P. Kamanu
wai are hereby notified to make Im
mediate payment to the undersigned,
the said executor.
Dated, Honolulu, T. H., July 9, 1918.
HAWAIIAN TRUST CO., LTD.,
Executor of the will of John P.
Frear, Prosser, Anderson & Marx,
Attorneys for executor.
July 16, 23, 30, Aug. 6.
XOTICV OF FORMATIOS OF
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned have on the 1st day of
July, 1918, formed themselves in co-,
partnership for an indefinite term,
and as follows:
Firm name: Kapaa Purchasing
Place of Business: Kapaa, Kauai.
Nature of Business: Dealers In
Manager: Takcta Miyasato.
Names and residences of partners:
Taketa ftliyasato, Kapaa, Kauai.
M. Maeda, Kapaa, Kauai.
S. Taira, Kapaa, Kauai.
S. Niyane, Kapaa, Kauai.
July 9, 16i
MORTGAGEE'S NOTICE OF INTEN
TION TO FORCLOSE MORTGAGE
AND OF SALE.
In pursuance of the power of sale
containing in that certain mortgage
made by Bonifacio Clemente, of Ka
paa, County of Kauai, Territory of
Hawaii. Mortgagor, to C. W. Spitz,
of Lihue, County and Territory a
foresaid, Mortgagee, dated the 27th
day of December, A. D. 1917, and re
corded In the Registry Office, Oahu,
in Liber 494 on pages 139-141; Notico
is hereby given that the Mortgagee
intends to foreclose said mortgage
for conditions broken, to-wit: the
non-payment of principal and in
terest when due, and notice is here
by further given that the property
covered by said mortgage will be
sold at public auction at Nawiliwill,
County and Territory of aforesaid,
on Saturday, the 17th day of August,
1918, at 12 M. of said day.
Dated at Lihue, Kauai,
July 9th, 1918.
C. W. SPITZ,
The property described hi Baid
mortgage and to bo sold as aforesaid
consists of: One Chrevolet "490"
Touring Car No. 943, with appurt
For particulars apply to Nawiliwill
Garage, In Nawiliwill, Kauai, Hawaii.
A. G. KAULUKOU,
Attorney for Mortgagee.
July 9, 1G, 23, 30, 1918.
FOR THE HOUSE.
To the voters on Kauai:
I beg to announce myself as a can
didate on the Democratic ticket at
the forth coming primaries for the
House of Representatives.
I respectfully solicit the support of
the voters of. Kauai. ,
M. S. HEN'RIQUES.
Kapaa, May 25th, 1918.
. . - " " i .
FOR THE SENATE.
To the Voters of Kauai:
I hereby announce my candidacy, as
a Republican for nomination at the
forthcoming primary election, for the
Territorial Senate, and solicit the Sup
port of the voters of Kauai.
Twentv-tAO elegant rooms
In Main Building
Three Au-y Cottages
Cuisine unexcelled in country
W. H. Rice, Jr.,
(Continued from page 2)
We also had a hare In the harbor
construction at Basra, and obtained
rights in the navigation of the Tigris
which had hitherto been a monopoly
of the firm of Lynch. Under this
treaty the whole of Mesopotamia as
far as Basra came Into our sphere of
interest insofar as' this did not en
croach upon prior British rights, as
in the case of the Tigris navigation
and the Wilcox irrigation plant, and
the whole territory of the Bagdad &
British Not Jealous.
Prince Lichnowsky says, about the
The English felt "uncomfortable."
great increases In the German fleet.
He admits, however, that "England
would' no more have drawn the word
on account of our commerce, which
solely on account of our Navy than
la supposed to have arroused her envy
and in the end brought the war to a
head. The talk of English com
mercial Jealousy, of which one hears
so much among us, is based upon a
wrong Judgement of conditions. Ger
many's rise as f commercial power
after the war of the seventies and in
the following decades was certainly a
menance to British commerce, whose
industries and export houses enjoyed
a sort of monopoly. But the Increas
ing trade with Germany, which rank
ed s England's best customer, made
It desirable for England to remain on
good terms with her best customer
and business friend, and gradually
supplanted all other considerations.
The Briton 1b matter of fact; he re
conciles himself to facts and does not
tilt against windmills. It was precis
ely in commercial circles that I met
with the most friendly reception and
and observed an effort to nromote
economic interests common to both
countries. I became convinced
soon after my arrival (in England)
that we did not in the least have to
fear an English attack or English sup
port of a foreign attack, but that Eng
land under all circumstances would
protect France. I never ceased
to point out that as a commercial na
tion England would suffer enormously
in any war between the great Europ
ean powers and would therefore seek
by every means to prevent It, but that
in the Interest of the European bal
ance of power and In order to pre
vent a preponderance of German pow
er she would not tolerate the weak
ening or dsetructlon of France. Lord
Haldane had told me this soon after
my arrival. Every person in author
ity expressed himself to the same ef
fect." Late in June of the fatal summer of
1914, Prince Lichnowsky was sum
moned to Kiel by the Kaiser, and he
was on board the imperial yacht Met
eor, when word was received of the
murder of the Austrian Archduke.
"Being unacquainted with the Vienna
viewpoint and what was going on
there," he ' says, "I attached no very
far-reaching significance to the event;
but, looking back, I could feel sure
that in the Austrian aristocracy a
feeling of relief outweighed all oth
ers." As for the Kaiser, "His Maj
esty regretted that his efforts to win
over the Archduke to his ideas had
been thus frustrated" by the Arch
(Continued next week.)
RULES FOR HOUSEWIVES
Householders should not use more
than pounds of sugar per person
All householders who can entirely
elminate the use of wheat until the
next harvest, about September 1,
should do so.
No wheat flour, or prepared wheat
In any form, should be used for any
purpose other than human consump
tion. No wheat fit for human con
sumption should be used for other
Wheat flour substitutes are hominy,
corn grits, cornmeal, corn flour, edible
corn starch, barley flour, rolled oats,
oatmeal, rice, rice flour, buckwheat
flour, potato flour, sweet potato flour,
Soya bean' flour, and tetrrita flour and
In buying wheat flour an equal
weight of other cereala as substitutes
for wheat flour must be bought pound
for pound. This Is the 50-50 Rule. In
buying mixed flours, the substitutes
in them may be counted bo that a
smaller proportion of substitutes may
be bought with these flours than with
white flour. In buying graham and
whole wheat flours, (containing not
less than 95 per cent of the entire
wheat) 6-10 pounds of substitutes
shall bo purchased with every pound
of such flours.
Meats of all kinds and poultry, and
more particularly beef, should be most
economically used, eliminating all
Cvaste. Purchasers of these products
should be restricted and the quantity
prepared for each meal reduced. Con
sumption of all meats, including poul
try, should be reduced as nearly as
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3rd Episode of "TjfE RETREAT OF THE HERMANS AT 'I HE RATTLE OF ARRAS." A
very exciting war picture in two acts.
HEARST PATHE WEEKLY NEAVS PICTORIAL
Thursday, July 25, - Tip Top Theatre
Charles Ray in
Charles Ray in
"HIS MOTHER'S BOY
Pieturized hy Ella Stuart Carson from Rupert Hughes'
story "When Life is marked Down" Directed hy Victor L.
Sehertzinger, Supervised by Thomas II lnee.
A story of love, thrills, intrigue and adventures knitted to
gether hy a master hand into a burning heart interest picture
BURTON HOLMES TRAVEL PICTURES.
"A Modern Musketeer" will be also shown at
ELEELE, WED., JULY. 21; MAKAWELI, THUR., WALMEA, KIM., KEKAHA,
SAT., KAPAA, MON.
"His Mother's Boy" will be also shown at
WAIMEA, MON , JULY 29; MAKAWELI, TUES. KOLOA, WED. HOMESTEAD,
THU. KAPAA, FRI.
IM 13)11 F
Newest. Coolest Hotel in Hawaii
Fort Street. Honolulu
W. H. ZIMMERMAN
J N. ltAPOZo , I.il.i.i, Kauai
Kauai A'i ut.
The finest of iiunigce shirts are
now on sale at the J. I. Silva store,
Kloelu at prices which range us low
as $1.00 each. Ad vt.
Tip Top 'Theater
Tuesday, July 23. llS
"A Modern Musketeer"
Alexander Duma Has N.-lhinu n Douglas With the Chi
valry of D'Artagnan, II.- Revues His Lad.v-Li.ve from the
Preeipiees of Grand Cam . .11 - Every Inch nf" This Film Pul
sates with Excitement.
The Oth Chapter of the Stupendous Photoplay Serial
"VENGEANCE AND THE WOMAN"
PATIIE WEEKLY NEWS PICTORIAL.
Saturday, July 27, - Tip Top .
Cooks the Entire Meal.
Bakes and Roasts Brown
The Toughest old Rooster that ever
crowed made tender when cooked in
Uuplex f ireless looker
Single compartment, $15.00 each
Double Compartment 29.50 each
!W. W. Diraond & Co., Ltd.
Real Estate and Insurance
NO. 125-131 MERCHANT ST.
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Mail orders promptly and care
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