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THE GARDEN ISLAND. TUESDAY, NOV. 4, 1919
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE
FIFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
TERRITORY OF HAWAII
JANUARY TERM, 1919.
THUS TERRITORY OF HAWAII BY
LYMAN H. BIOELOW. SUPliHIN
TBNDENT OF PUBLIC WOUKf,
Plaintiff & Petitioner
HENRY WATERHOUSE TRUST
- COMPANY, LIMITED, TRUSTEES
UNDER THE WILL AND OF THE
ESTATE OF KALEIPUA KANOA,
LIHUB PLANTATION CO. LTD., O.
N. WILCOX, MRS. ELIZA HOLT,
8. K. KAEO, JOHN DOE, MARY
DOE, AND RICHARD ROE, Un
known owners and claimants.
Defendants & Respondents
' TERM SUMMONS
THE TERRITORY OF HAWAII TO
THE HIGH SHERIFF OF THE
(.TERRITORY OF HAWAII, OR HIS
DEPUTY, THE SHERIFF OF l'Hii
COUNTY OF KAUAI, OR HIS
1 DEPUTY.
You are commanded to summon
Henry Waterhouse Trust Company,
Limited, Trustees under the Will and
of the Estate of Kaleipua Kanoa, Li
hue Plantation Co., Ltd., Q. N. Wilcox,
Mrs. Eliza Holt, S. K. Kaeo, John Doe,
Mary Doe, and Richard Roe, unknown
' owners and claimants, defendants and
, respondents, in case they Bhall file a
written answer within twenty days
1 after service hereof, to be and appear
'.j before the said Circuit Court at the
term thereof pending, immediate after
T the expiration of twenty (20) days
; after service hereof. PROVIDED,
HOWEVER, if no term be pending at
such time, then to bs and appear be
fore the said Circuit Court at the
next succeeding term thereof, towit,
the January 1920 term to be holden
at Lihue, County of Kauai in the sec
ond Wednesday of January next at
ten o'clock A. M to show cause
why the claim of the Territory of Ha
waii, by Lyman H. Bigelow, Superin
tendent of Public Works, Plaintiff and
Petitioner, should not be awarded to
it pursuant to the tenor of this annex
ed complaint, and have you then and
j ' there this writ with a full return of
your proceedings thereon.
WITNESS, the Honorable Presiding
j Judge of the Circuit Court of the
A Fifth Judicial Circuit, at Lihue afore
i J$ said, this 8th day of September, A. D.
1919.
(Sgd.) J. A. THOMPSON,
Clerk Supreme Court Territory of
Hawaii, and Ex Officio Clerk Circuit
Court 6th Circuit.
COUNTY OF KAUAI, )
BB.
TERRITORY OF HAWAII J
I, JOSEPH ANDRE SOUSA, Clerk
of the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judi
cial Circuit, Territory of Hawaii, do
hereby certify that the foregoing is
true, and correct copy of the
original summons in the case of the
TERRITORY OF HAWAII V. HENRY
WATERHOUSE TRUST COMPANY,
LTD., et al, as the same appears of
record and on file in the office of the
clerk of said Court..
I further ' certify that the petition
herein prays the condemnation for
use for public rights-of-way and ware
house sites for the Nawillwili Harbor
projects, of the following described
lands and its appurtenances situate
at Nawlliwili, Island and County of
Kauai, Territory of Hawaii, towit:
"Beginning at a cut in a large
boulder at Low Water mark, near
"Carter's Point", the coordinates
of said point of beginning referr
ed to the Government Triangula
' tion Station "Nawillwili" being
4197.3 feet South and 2105.6 feet
East, and running tnonce by true
azimuths:
1. 81' 27' 4147.0 feet to a rock
marked by a
' and pile of
' stones, (From
? this point the
Triangulatlon
, Station "Na
willwili" bears
N. 22 29' 30"
E)
2. 16 CO' 2031.0 feet, crossing
the Hulela rlv
' er to a con
crete post
marking the
' Southeast cor
' ner of the Ka
nihewa Reser
vatlon.
j 3. 23 31' 145.8 feet to a peg on
i the Northwest
; side of main
i road.
i 4. 205 29' 503.0 feet along the
1 West side of
road to benl
in fence at
I gateway to
I Kaiwi's.
253
214
18' 985.9 feet.
15' 201.6 feet along the
upper edge of
pall
7. 243 40'30"299.7 feet along the
the upper edge
of pali
8. 236 13' 412.6 feet along the
upper edge of
pali
9. 226 29'30"206.8 feet along the
upper edge of
pali
10. 201 13' 391.3 feet to bend la
!
concrct wall
11. 219 47' 918.4 feet to South
corner of Ka-
eo's kuleana
(L.C.A.E416:3)
12. 231 18'30"217.8 feet along Ka
eo's seawall.
13. 199 32' 257.5 feet to an iron
bolt marking
the Southwest
corner of the
Lihue Planta
tion's wharf
lot.
14. 217 17'30"110.0 feet.
15. 318 17'30" 21.8 feet along re
mainder of
said lot.
16. 10 20' 121.0 feet along re
mainder of
said lot..
17. 307 17'30" 94.0 feet along re
mainder of
said lot to low
water mark
18. 60 04' 260.2 feet along low
water mark.
19. 51 18'30"217.8 feet along low
water mark,
20. 30 47' 87.7 feet along low
water mark
21. 31 06' 284.8 feet along low
water mark.
22. 40' 45' 650.0 feet along edge
of coral ledge
at low water
mark. (At 184
feet this line
crosses over a
concrete pier.)
23. 34' 12'30"125.4 feet along edge
of coral ledge
at low water
mark.
24. 25 32' 144.6 feet along edge
of coral ledge
at low water
mark.
25. 4 49' 104.8 feet along the
shore line at
low watermark.
26. 45 02' 140.4 feet along the
shore line at
low watermark.
27. 65 45' 140.7 feet along the
shore line at
low water mark.
28. 60 21' 691.0 feet along the
shore line at
low watermark.
29. 88 63'30" 169.4 feet along the
Bhore lino at
low watermark.
30. 29 00' 234.9 feet along the
shore line at
low water mark.
31. 97 21' 227.0 feet along the
shore line at
low water mark.
82. 65 17' 117.6 feet along the
shore line at
low water mark.
33. 69 10'30"547.2 feet along the
shore line' at
low watermark.
34. 26 45' 121.7 feet along the
shore line at
low watermark.
35. 355 23' 291.8 feet along the
shore line at
low watermark.
36. 333 42' 1125.5 feet along the
shore line at
low water mark.
37. 327 17' 331.0 feet along the
shore line at
low watermark,
38. 298 04'30"324.0 feet along the
shore line at
low watermark.
39. 275' 60' 462.4 feet along the
shore line- at
low water mark,
40. 267 40'30"606.2 feet along the
shore line at
low watermark,
41. 260 52' 809.5 feet along the
shore line at
low watermark
42. 250 53'30"223.0 feet along the
shore line at
low watermark.
43. 267 43'30"480.8 feet along the
shore line at
low water mark
44. 239 28' 146.9 feet along the
shore line at
low water mark
45. 267 31' 616.4 feet along the
shore line at
low water mark.
46. 276 30' 172.2 feet along the
shore line at
low water mark.
47. 291 03' 230.8 feet along the
shore line at
low water mark
to point of be
ginning Containing an
area of 43.41
acres, more or
less.
All persons having any Interest in or
claim to the land , and its appurten
ances sought U be condemned, are
hereby warned that unless they ap
pear at the said Circuit Court at
Lihue, Island and County of Kauai.
Territory of Hawaii, on or before
the 16th day of January, A. D. 1920,
they will be forever barred from
contesting said petition or any judg
ment thereon.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have
hereunto set my hand and affixed the
seal of said Circuit Court this 13th
day of September, A. D. 1919.
SEAL
(Sgd.) JOSEPH ANDRE SOUSA,
Clerk.
Maui Cement
Maui cement is on the market as a
commercial commodity that will hold
its own with any cement made, and
the first consignment for Kauai has
recently come to McBryde.
The capacity of the mill is 150 bar
rels a day nA it is being run to its
full capacity to keep abreast of its or
ders. The principal ingredient of cement
Is limestone of which Maui has an
unlimited supply in its vast deposits
of coral rock.
The enterprise undoubtedly has a
great future before It because of the
advantages which this Tfome product
will have over the Imported. Heavy
freight charges will be saved, It
will be available on short call, and it
will be a superior article.
We heartily commend the initiative
and enterprise of Maul, and congratu
late them on their success.
And that reminds us that we have
vast deposits of lime rock on Kauai,
miles of it In the Mahaulepu region
east of Koloa. And in addition to
being an excellent lime rock It 1b
also rich In silica which Is an impor
tant ingredient of cement. Farther
more it Is of easy access, the quarries
being already connected up with the
Koloa plantation railway. The Cham
ber of Commerce, or some competent
individual should look Into the mat
ter. As we go to press we learn that
there Is a cement famine on, and that
none can be had on the inland, in Ho
nolulu or elsewhere. In their distress
the Lihue Plantation sent an order
Nordberg Corliss Engines
High Efficiency High Economy
Built in all familiar styls.
Horizontal, Vertical, Simplex, Duplex, from "0 Ii.p. up;
Tandem Compound, Cross Compound.
Multiple expansion to the largest siz made.
Catton, Neill & Co., Ltd.
Qui:en and Alakea Sts. Honolulu
New Garments Cost Real Money
These Days!
There are garments lianping on the hook your Clothes Closet that
are better material perhaps, than you can afford to pay today.
Send your old ones to us, we restore their usefulness
and save you money.
French Laundry
I J. ABAD1E, Prop.
TERRITORIAL MESSENGER SERVICE
TAKES ORDERS FOR ALL KINDS OF
Dry Cleaning and Laundry Work
SEND BY PARCEL POST TO
1112 UNION ST.
LsJH "Correct J
Ordination at Hawaiian Church
Chas. Keiihi, who has been serving
the Lihue Hawaiian Church for the
last thro" or four months, was ordain
ed and installed on Sunday, Oct. 26th,
with appropriate services.
It is not often that these two distinct
services arc merged Into one the in
duction intc the ministry and the ap
pointment to a church. The last time
this occurred in Lihue was 42 years
ago.
Itev. II. P. Judd was chairman of
the commktec appointed for the ordi
nation, and gave the charge to the
people and the right hand of fellow
ship. Itev. I. K. Kaauwai made the
ordination prayer and Rev. S. K. Kau
lill preached the ordination sermon.
Mr. Kiibhl lu a young man of promise
with an attractive personality, a kind
ly disposition, a level head, and an
crncst t'.esire to make good. The
Church is glad to get him and should
Biipport him loyally.
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LIHUE SCHOOL PLANS NOT YET
The Honolulu papers report the Li
hue School plans as having been com
pleted and forwarded to the supervis
ors. This in premature, they haven't
arrived yet. The school lot, however,
Is being put into fine shape, -smoother
up and planted to grass, which makes
It a very attractive site for the fine
buildings to follow.
for 4no bags to the .Maui factory only
to be advised that they could not fill
it. had more orders on file than they
could fill. Another argument for a
ocal factory.
Honolulu.
HONOLULU
Lubrication"
With Zerolene, the Stand
ard Oil Company offers you
a scientific service in Correct
Lubrication.
By exhaustive study and
actual tests the Standard Oil
Company Board of Lubrica
tion Engineers has deter
mined the correct consistency
of Zerolene for your make of
automobile. Their advice and
recommendations are made
available for you in the Zer
olene Correct Lubrication
Charts. There is a separate
chart for each make of car.
Zerolene ! correctly refined from
elected California crude oil. It
keeps in lubricating body at cylin
der heat, holds compression, gives
perfect protection to the moving
parte and deposits leait carbon. It
la the product oi the combined re
source, experience and equipment
of the Standard Oil Company.
Get a Correct Lubrication Ckart
for your car. At your dealer's 00
our Bearcat nation.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
(California)
I At the Theatres i
One of the first thoughts that occur
red to th3 citizens of every community
when tha Great World War came to an
end, was, what will happen to the boys
when they come home.
Just as gigantic a task as It was t
prepare the men to go over-seas to fight
for democracy, so, was It a gigantic
tusk to take care of the thousands
when they came back to their homes,
where Kiey had necessarily to be taken
care of.
This Idea not only has been the sub
ject of the thesis for many great writ
ers, but it has been the background
idea of one of the best motion pictures
that has ever been produced and which
has been rlaced on the market by the
Famous Players-Lasky Corporation as
an Emerson-Loos Paramount special.
Mr. Emerson and Miss Loos have
written and produced the best "after
the war" material that this country
has seen in motion pictures, but their
latest production "Oh, You Woman!"
which has its basic Idea, when the
boys come home," is conceeded to be
the best satirical-comedy that hns ever
been made for the screen.
Th2y have taken cold facts and
made mciry with them. In every com
munity wo have heard of the farmer
ette, the girl who became motorman
and conductor, some who were post
women and the like, but the rub of it
all was, "what will happen when the
boys come home?" Mr. Emerson and
Miss Loos foresaw it all, and made it
into a picture that has a comedy ap
peal of exceptional value, nnd which
will be shown at the Tip Top tonight,
Hannniaulu Friday, Kilauea Saturday
and Kapaa Sunday.
Ford Enthusiasts
Ensign and Mrs. Kennedy, officers
in charge of the Salvation Army work
from Koloa to Kealia, are wearing
happy and contented smiles these days.
Gone aro the days of old Dobbin and
late hours on the road; gone are the
days when they could reach Just so
far and no farther in their district.
Time an l distance have no terrors for
them now. This wonderful state of
affairs Is all due to that humblo friend
of man, Elizabeth Ford.
Tho Kennedies wish to thank the
many kind friends of the Army who
made it possible for them to have this
rapid and comfortable means of con
veyance. The car enables them to
cover much more territory and thus
extend their good work to parts that
wore impossible to reach with the
horse and buggy.
Ensign and Mrs. Kennedy are doing
splenlid work on Kauai. On Saturday
evening?, Sunday afternoons at 2 o
clock and at sundown, they hold meet
ings at their headquarters In Koloa
During the week they aro visiting, the
various camps in their district, reach
ing as far as Kilauea.
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Afternoon Tea
On Saturday last tho teachers ia
the niakai school cottage at M;ika
well gave an informal tea to tho wo
men of Makaweli. The lanai was
artistically decorated in orange ami
black in keeping with Halloween
During the afternoon the girls entei
tained their guests by various Inter
estng and humorous stunts.
Those present at this pleasant
affair were the Mesdamcs Uyers
Browne, Hutchert. Dunn, Damkroger,
Deverill, Chalmers, Sumyr, and Mar
callino, tho Messrs. Fursey, Paul
Putt, Thompson, Kskew and the host
esses Wyman. Lewelllng. Garlinger
I'r.iml. and Stanley.
: :
PORT ALLEN SHIPPING
: tr. Meriden left Saturday a. r.i. for
Seattla direct.
: tr. Hethangu, left G p. m. Oct. 22,
for San Fr.incisco in ballast.
MARINE INTELLIGENCE
November Mails From States
irncertain account S. K. strike)
Cteamer Date Due
Korea Maru Nov. 2
Sachem Nov. C
J.'ippon Maru Nov. C
.Manna Nov. 8
! ogan Nov. 13
7enyo Maru Nov. 14
S onoma Nov. 17
.'luul Nov. 18
i.urline Nov. 23
!uador Nov. 23 j
:-.'ache;n Nov. 26 !
November Mails For States
Nile Nov. 4 i
Lurline Nov. 5
Sachem Nov. 10,
i Niagara Nov. 14
Munoa Nov. 15
t'hinyo Maru Nov. 18 j
Nanking Nov. 20
Lurline Nov. 24
Maui Nov 25 ,
Ventura Nov. 25 ,
Colombia Nov. 26
Mukura Nov. 30,
F. W. Wolf, factory superintendent
for the Fruit and Land Co. has been
spendni; a few days on Maui where
he vl.ited the Canneries and pine
apple plantations with much interest
and no small profit. He returned to
Kauai Oct. 2S.
-Jf- - J
The Our Store 111 Honolulu
That Si lls Ihniiiliiblc Shorn
"REGALS"
Our moil order ilrmrl mint
in ahraiK ut your service
Our shoe repair department
in tlir In st in the city
It pays tn hurr your old
slu ii s repaired
.Y 7; ri:c,al way"
soles and heels sewed. ...$2.25
Vhole Holes and heels sewed 3.25
.1 Work (! un runt red
EARLY HOLIDAY
SUGGESTIONS
IX FY FRY (11 FT .
Christum Curtis
mill (Ireetinis
OX FA FRY (! I FT
Christ mas Stickers
ami Seals
AltOUXn FA ERY GIFT
Christmas Ribbon
and Tinsel Cord
Careful attention yiven mail
orders
Order nun- iihile thr select
ion is ijood
Hawaiian News Co., Ltd.
Bishop Street Honolulu
i CALIFORNIA FEED CO ;
I T VTTTlVn i
ui.'ii a. i.t.
nenlfri in 1
f Hay, Gkain and Chicken
Supplies. J
Sole Agents for
Tntirnntintml Stork. Prtnltrv Koih
and other PM'cialties. Arabic for
cooling Iron Hoofs. IVtaliiina In- T
cuiiators and liroixlers. a
i King's Special Chick Food
P. O. Box 452. Honolulu i
HOTEL LIHUE
(The Fairview)
Twenty -t.vo elegant rooms
In Main Building
Three Airy Cottages
Cuisine unexcelled in country
districts
W. H. Rice, Jr.,
Proprietor
"We have not studied
cost nor economy as
we should, either as
organizers of indus-
M. I & n na
try, statesmen, ui aa
individuals."
President Wilson.
But there is yet time
to start to save and
that time is NOW.
j j Jt
Bishop & Company
Savings Department
WAIMEA BRANCH
KAUAI

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