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Territory of Hawaii, )
Honolulu, Count of Oahu)
C. O. IS0CKU8. Duslness Manager of
jLe Bulletin Publishing Company, Lim
ited, being flst duly sworn, on oath,
deposes and says: That the following
la a true nnd correct statement of dp
culatlon for the week ending March
B, A. D. 1906, of tho I)all and Week
ly Editions ot tho Evening Ilullettn:
Circulation of Evening Bulletin,
Average Dally Circulation 2210
Circulation of Weekly Bulletin.
Tuesday, March. 6, 1S06 2353
Number of Weeklies delivered on
the Island of Hawaii alone. ... 1054
COMBINED guaranteed average
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Subscribed and sworn to be
fore me this 10th day ol
ISEAL March, A, U. 1906.
P. II. BURNETTE,
Notary Public, Honolulu, County ot
...MARCH 12. 190tS.
Elijah Dowle's overthrow may lead'
V.l . .I.ln, I, . on vliln nt h
,m. ,u v.". .v " ..-v- -
slnce he Is unable to save
Mrs. Atehcrley's latest charge Is
very Important If true nnd very libel
ous If not. Consequently It bears fur
If every newspaper In tha land does
sot Include a Irea trip to Hawaii In Its
next voting contest. It will be because
the benighted sheet has never heard ot
the Oregon girts.
Soon England may Join In tho ex
pression of confidence that there Is no
danger In China. .Not, however, until
the gets a few more guns placed in
lots of fory or more cacn.
After a few more laws have been
knocked out tho peoplo will bo ready
to decide that tho gold-brick County
was after all tho only law passed by
the last Legislature having all ele
ments ot legal perfection.
Planters who have not uctcd In good
faith from tho outset on the European
Immigration matter are the exception.
Attempts to show that they hnvo been
forced Into a favorable nttltuue uy un
official whip Is political buncombe.
Fair dealing nnd nbsoluto freedom
from gallery play Is what will accom
nllsli the desired end In tho Immigra
tion business. It Is the plan that will
be adopted If welfare ot tho lountry
Is to be placed nboe scheming for per
S. W. Kaal of Kona puts his com
plaint In rather crude form, but his
request that n saloon shall not bo
, placed In the close vicinity of his homo
Is deserving favorable consideration
Saloons are necessary evils but they
rliould not bo placed In door yards for
the education, of tho youth.
Hawaii's Yacht Club appeared Sun
day In the role of host. The excellence
ui lis wurn liruveo turn, inv utnm ;-
race visitors will hnve no en .. .
gret their coming, and Hawaii's glories
will be made attractive t' ih i
of floating palaces in seariu w - . "
Possibly Hllo's Po.t-a-e r.'v;i'3
per that has been pouring vlnN of
wrath nvpr thn Innd lieu..', will m ii i
that the satisfaction of tT ..tcuit-.l
In tho llnmukuu homeaieads Is due to
Its strenuous condemnation. Facts
point to tho favorable conditions be
ing brought about In spite of It.
Commissioner of Public Instruction
Mrs. E. W, Jordan lias been closely as-
oclated with the educational affairs
through a great variety of vicissitudes,
and has given of her time andf bought
freely, Scrvlco of ten years entitles a
public servant to the privilege of vol
untary graduation and deserves gener
-I recognition of the unfailing public
spirit shown during that period.
Hawaii always has something to take
up Its attention, but never should at.
fairs, simple or serious, be allowed to
retard the march of improvement. That
will be a happy day In this Territory
when an enthusiastic public sentiment
will move Just a little ahead of the times
and thus keep good times always com
ing our way Promotion work fur
nishes the best medium for present day
activity In this line.
The period Is approaching when the
politically ambitious ones acting under
tne excitement ot the hour will say
many unpleasant things ot their fel
low citizens. In the midst of It all,
the sensible men and the men properly
to be trusted will rcmomber that tbV
ultimate aim ot eery citizen should be
to build up Hawaii. We need n pro- n.
gresslvc body of men working tor a.
broad development not petti' person-
THERE IS A LIMIT
Another batch of Atcherley corro-
spondenco has been received this week
which will be delayed, possibly Indcfl-
nltcly. for want of space. Tho llullctln
i... .i.... ...,.-.! i. .,i, ..,. ......
.."'""'' j,i:..t.u . a vu. ....... o ''1 ,
freely to the people, but when an ng-
arcntly with tho sole pur-'
pose or Keeping moir own personal ni- -
.? !0r!i!le 'le-n"n"B.,
peat tho same thing over nnd over
?h- i i,,?..'?.? ,u,L n,,n. ,!. " th Session Law of 1905, under
ho right but Is In duty bound to saolwlll. . charged was uncon-'Peck
". ?1i. .. imi;,. ,S rill Mltullonol, as It never passed second that wo aro going to establish a ten
one ot his recent letters Intimated was rca(,nB )n lho ijnuse minute scrvlco on tho Ueretanla street
Interesting to only a few. Th(J C()un overrule(, llle ,)emurrcr Hno or run cars moro frequently on
There Is no doubt that tho people-, niI the ,aknB of tcl!timony began, tho Walalao lino. Tho directors nt
fully understand what tho sltuat on In Ta5ha8M sUlteil tint ho hll(, mct Snl. their next meeting will consider these
Kona Is. If tho Atcherley sldo Is not',., , . , a., ,,,. Mm ., ,, nrnnnaltlnnK."
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space consumed through tho courtesy
lnf fhta nntiftl-.
miiv rxuiaiut-u. u in uui iiuiii iui:n ul
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oomo unie ago ur. anii din. meiivr-
ley announced mat tney nna nnci iner money At S(.aU0 tho BHgc, woum ,,0ratlon, or tho persons legally author
last say until the details of their bo $, 35 a llay for w(irk on lho ra ,ZC(1 10 act tJT ,u
sirenuous me wcro inrcsiieu oiu
court. That wai a very sensible con-
i-iiiiiuii, umi mu iiiv.,u imm ...-".
to break their good resolution. I
strenuous battle was fought he-
fnr tmiir H. itnli this niornliiir In tho
!.."". ",? . 1, .J5.Ln.i!
case of Salto, who Is charged with act-
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nig ns nil cmiKr nu nBu ui...i. .. m.-
ensc Frank Thompson conducted tne
piosecullon while Judge Gear rcprc
Inn uhllo Jui en Gear renre
Gear raised -eve..
sented the letter
Klrst ho obJectei1
rirsi no uujciiri
later cm he raised the question as to,
tho bill was passed by the last Leg..- ,
Holt merely In tho form of n prelim-1
Inary examination. Gear was overruled.
Inture. As the matter was before l)fl,
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come. on. these point. .... be of great
Taknhashl. the complaining witness,
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nuB mini uj 'i"r.vii mu nu ,.
!. l.nA... Ik. An.lnn .
ne knew tno netenuant. i
mro n m
Gear objected on tho grounds that '""? -' a,'"T, ii- Th
tho prosecution should bo conducted """' t,,1 U',l "ot provlUe ,ne
hv It. Altnrnnv fl-nornl nr lit. donulv. money Up to that time.
'No private prosecution of criminal
cases should bo allowed without thU
supervision of the Attorney Ocneral's
Department. The defendant had a right
to know whether be wns being prose-,
cutcd by tho Territory or by a sugar
concern. Gear sn.ld ho did not mako
his objection with any reference to the
personality of Thompson, for whom he
hmt H.n hlchmit reennl. but ill it It be-
cnuse It was his duty towards hl
Ue Molt asked whpthcr this was a
prosecution uuder tho County or
under tho Territory.
Thompson Bald the prosecution was
by the County Attorney, who had had
him conduct It.
Gear answeied that tho County At-
torney was a Deputy Attorney General,
The law said that alt criminal prosecn -
tlon should bo conducted by tho At -
torney General or his deputy. Thomp -
son had not been so deputized, and It
he wns deputized, ho would bump up
against the section of the law which Club Stnbles will bo promptly attend
provides tnu't tho Attorney General and ed to.
his deputies shall receive no fee or re- C. II. I1ICLI.INA.
ward for services rendered In any pros- 3329-tf Manager Club Stables,
edition, which It shall bo his official -
duty to nttend. HOIISFS TO I FT
Thomnson said In order to throw IluUlJ'-J v-' -
light on tho question ho had sent for
VUUIllj 4lllW.il- I'Ull.lllll. Mllll nuuiu
soon bu un t lie scene.
The Court Stated that It regarded the
question raised by Judgo Gear as a ser
ious one, ns it appeared plain that the
Attorney Gencial or his deputies should
Toes, -ONo onii,
.T. hftimilHT M.1NUIWMI ACINTf.
Furnished house, Pacific Heights.
Four Dedroome $76 00
Emma 8L 30 00
Oandall Lane 25 00
Cor. Young and Aloha Lane..,. 18 00
Cor. King and Aloha Lan 20 00
Walklkl Death 40 on I
waiklkl Dcacn 40 00I
Collene Hills 40 00
mnau direct i du
Lunalllo Street SO 00
Trust Co., Limited.
COR. FORT AND MERCHANT 8T8,
conduct all criminal prosecution. Tne
hearing was then continued until 10
At 10 o'clock Douthltt appeared am'
entered n fresh charge against Salto
jln order to render futile the point
raised by Clear. Ho then asked thai
the defendant's plea be taken.
Gear demurred on tho grounds thai
,llc complaint stated no offense against
nn" lnw ' " Territory and did not
"J1"16 any section of the law which 11
fharsed the defendant with violating
Gear also said that the complaint mci c-
, .1,- ,l.fn.l-inl trlth nMlno
' ;""";," ";'""7,"in ", ?" ""mi.
to "engage In the business" it was ncc-
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" ." "i. " .7..: ,' C.., re -.7-
:donoo onscvcYal successive' day,
1 Fur.hermore Gear held that the section
I"- "U lllf lililllllUUU, nut-ii-, nu BUIU,
, nnJ work t0 be foun(,
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nsKeu ino wiiiiess 10 go 10 dcuuic,
offering to ndvanco him his passago'
roads or raising beets. Ijiteronthe,
ntn0ss met Salto nt Pnla. He told
nun innt u ,0 would go to Honolulu he
would ndvanco him tho passage money
for the trip to Seattle.
At this point Douthltt said he would
retire. lealng tho prosecution In
Gear mild he would make tho sann
objection ns formerly If Uouthltt rq-j
Uouthltt left, but Just as Gear madd
his objection Deputy Attorney General
'-- "' -' ,,
",D luurl Balu lo uear nai now
thero was n Deputy Attorney Genera!
In the case. Prosscr answered that
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-? J'ethipon retired.
t5ear "Iterated his objection,
rn,,, inr.. i,-.,,, ,, -i-i,.
n ntt ,. A, nniltlli,. i.n.i nn.
& In tb.mo'n "l ho
- - - ' -
difference. The objection was over-;
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"ii Kiuu-wAuiuiuuiiuii uy utur, iU
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IU HII.U1IVU II1B IUBOII(,U IliUIIVJ, Ulll 11U
"M men lUUnU OUl I
had then found out that Salto had no
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I.V....OC. iiiDBii-uiiivi nuo iu ivuiv ivw-
- , -", ,V " "
Takahashl further admitted that ho
" cuiuiuuiiiuiB witness, no nun
""! Salto arrested February 28, but
lld not nt that time know that he did
not havc a license. Although he bc-
Hevcd thut he did not. He had been
oIll y Thompson to sign the warranL
He nnl fr others had gone to Onp't
""l1 on February 28, at about noon,
He had not talked with unyono about
having Salto nrrestcd before then. Tbo
-warrant had been read to blm. It said
that Salto had promised him 11.35 to
wrlt on the railroad or cultivate
, beets. On this statement the witness
signed the warrant at about 1 p. lu.
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Monday, March 12th,
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Our new Spring and 8ummer, 1906,
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The following lots are all high grade
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i - '
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1512 an(J 16' $125
Lot 2. Men's Negligee
onino, an sizes, cuns
attached or detached.$1.25 90
Lot 3. Men's Negligee
Shirts, all sizes, cuffs
attached or detached.$1.7S S1.25
Lot 4. Men's Negligee
Shirts, White Linen,
pleated front, cuffs
attached ....$4.50 $3.50
IS MAKING AN
Trackmen arc nutting
switch on the Rapid Transit lino on
In a new
Ueretanla street, at Pcnsacola BtrceLiH,. .. ... . ,,,.. ,, . ,-
Work was started today. Territory of Hawaii, enacted April 2o,
.. .. '4AA4 .....I M,..l...t 1... A. P' tUn
Washington's birthday gave tho Hap
Id Transit pedplo food for thought In
ti, ,ni.n, kt i,.iii,,.r n n i.r.n
cwd. "and Tit V.V decided to 'put in
this extra switch.
I "This," said President L. Tcnncy
this morning, "does not menu
NO AUTHORITY IQVEN
(Continued from Pane 1)
Peacock further shows that slnco
July 27, 1899, the Hoard of Directors
of tho corporation has consisted of W.
C. Tcacock, J. O. Ilothwell, C. S.
Weight, T. V. 1-onslng and Andrew
Ilrown, and that Alex. Oarvle, who
signed tho bill of complaint In tho pre-
tended capacity of president. Is neither
president or a director. Tho legal
board of directors. It Is shown, did not
'and docs not approve of thd proscc,u-
Hon of tho bill of romnlalnt nunlnst
Peacock, and now disapproves thereof,
nnd It also disapproves of tho assump-
non or tno nttomcys mentioned 10 act
In behalf of tho corporation.
Peacock nravs that the court will In
1' :"B . . l" .:'.:.."., ' J"."". "'.
.mnci us mo iitni unu uiu ,iuw iimjr
1 warrant. Tho document Is slcneil bv
Peacock, T. K, Laimlng and Andrew
"Why all this anxiety about the ship
Kinross last Saturday," said Shipping
Commissioner Norman Wntklns this
morning to a llullctln representative.
"The Kinross Is only out 58 days from
nltrato ports, but slightly over the
nverago passage, which In tha case of
'. "". f'uted up today. Is CO
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On Sundays the Haleiwa Limited, s
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PROCLAMATION OF FOREST RE
SERVE IN THE EWA, WAIANAE
AND WAIALUA DISTRICTS, I8L
AND OF OAHU,
UNDER nnd by virtue of the author.
Ityivcstcd In mo by the provisions ot
Chapter 28 of tho Revised Laws of the
ItfUd, UUU UllllMUeU UJT IV VO Ul tllU
Session Laws of the Legislature of
1905, and of every other power me
hereunto enabling, I, A. L. C. ATKIN
BON.iActlng Governor of tho Territory
of Hawaii, having duly given tho no
tice and held tho hearing as In said
Acts provided, do hereby approve as a
Forest Itcscrvo tho lands In the Kwa
llasln, on tho Island of Qahu, bounded
on tho tiouthwest by approximately the
lower edge ot tho- existing forest .on
tho Northrast by tho crest of the Koo
lau Mountalmi, on tho East by and In
cluding the land of Halawa, District of
Kwa, and on tha West by and Includ.
Ine tho land of Wahlawa, In the Dis
trict of Walalun, In tho Districts of
Ewa, W'alanao and Wnlalua, Island of
Oahu, Territory of Hawaii, more par
ticularly described as follows, viz.:
Deglnnlng nt a point on tho pres
ent boundary fence between the Ahu
puaa of Halawa and Moanaltia, which
po.'nt Is distant 10,125 ft. N. CI 15'
IMrom tho Government Survey Trig.
Station "Salt Lake" and from which
tho Honolulu Plantation Company's
Mill Stack benra N. 86" 12' W. Said
point Is on a rocky peak overlooking
the South branch of Halawa Valley
and Is marked by a "Korcst Reserve
Monument," Approxlmnto elevation
Thenco N. 60 02' W. 4731 ft.
across South branch of Halawa
Stream to fiat topjinoll between tho
North and South branches pf Hala
wa Btream which point Is mnrked by
n "Forest Itcscrvo Mnnumcntl nnd
from which "Salt Lnkc"
boars S. 31 1G' 30" W. nnd the Ho
nolulu Plantation Company's Mill
Stack. beara 8. 80 20' 30" V., Ap
proximate elevation 92S ft.;
Thenco N. 69 68' 30" W. 4177 ft.
ncross the North branch of Ilslawn,
Stream to a point on saddlo In rldgo
overlooking Alea Stream, which
point Is approximately on the boun
dary between the Ahupuaas of Alea
and Halawa nnd Is marked by a
"""orest' Itcscrvo Monument" nnd
from which "Salt Lake" A
boars 8. 10 28 W. and tho station
of the Aleallalawa boundary known
ns "Pooholua" bcara N. E5 01' E.
CCO ft., Approximate elevation 900
Thenco N. 28 IB' W. 2411 ft.
across Alea Stream to a point on
knoll 480 ft. from tho present Alea
Kalauao boundary fenco which point
Is marked by a "Forest Reserve
Monument" and from which "Salt
bears S. 3 2C W. nnd
the Honolulu Plantation Company's
Mill Stack bearB S. 48 50' 30" W,
Appnixlmato elevation 030 ft.;
Thenco N. 41 14 30" W. 2075 ft.,
ncross Kalauao Stream to a point on
knoll on South side of Walmalu
Btream, which point Is marked by a
"fxircst ueservo Monument"
from which "Salt Lnko" v A
bears S. 2 37 E. nnd the Honolulu
Plantation Company's Mill Stack
bears 8. 3G 29' V Approximate el
ovation uco ft.;
Thenco N. 50 48' 30" W. 3737 ft.
ncross Walmalu Stream to n point
on rldgo on N. sldo of Walmalu
Stream which point Is marked by n
"Forest Ilosorvo Monument" nnd
from which "Salt Lake"
boars S. 12 17' K. nnJ from which
tho Honolulu Plantation Company's
Mill Stack bears 8. IB' 47' W.. Ap
proximate elevation 970 ft.;
Thenco N. 41 14' W. 3C51 ft.
ncroBs Punnnnnl Stream to point on
present boundary fenco between
Ahupuaas of Walau nnd Walmalu,
nnd which point Is mnrked by a
"Forest Hesorve Monument" nnd
frcm which "Salt Lake"
ueara 8. 17' 25' 30" n. and "Ilia.
mend Head" Oovcrnment Trig. Sta
tion bears 8. 34 25 E, Apprbxlmato
elevation 985 ft.;
Thenco In a Northeasterly direc
tion, along tho Walaii-Walmalu boon
dary G195 ft. to tho present forest
Thenco NorthweBtcrlv In nn lrr.i?.
ular lino nlong tho present forest
fonce across tho lands of Walau,
Walmano, Manann, and Walawa to
tho top of hill railed Puu Kamanu,
which Is a boundary point between
the lands of Wnlawn and Walplo,
and Is marked by two triangular
Thenco Westerly nnd Northwest
erly along tho present forest fenco
ncross tho land of Walplo to tho
boundary between Walplo and Wnl
nnae Uka at a point from which
"Ahunul" boundary mark on East
ern side of Orant 6, Is distant 10,380
ft. In a Southwesterly direction
along said boundary;
Thenco In a Northwesterly direc
tion across Walanno Uka to (he
concrcto post at the East end of tho
Wahlawa homestead tract as shown
on Government Survey Registered
Map No. 1941;
Thenco crossing tho land of Wa
hlawa by the following bearings and
distances as shown on Government
Survey Registered Map No. 1912,
N. 24" 25' E. 3753 ft. to n. W. Post,
N. 22 2G' E. 600 ft. to It. W. Post,
N. 69 44' W. -4860 ft. to R. W. Post,
N. 69" 50' W. 17C0 ft. to It. W. Post
on tho South side of Poamoho
Thenco running along the Ahu
puaa of Paalaa, as shown on Govern
ment Survey Registered Map No.
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You may live well despite the fact that the Lenten season Is
here. We have at present an excellent assortment of fish of all -sorts,
to which we would call your special attention. The assort
BLOATER MACKEREL, SALMON BELLIESi COD FISH,
SMOKED HOLLAND HERRING, SALMON,
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82 20' E. 1C03
ft. to rock
N. 81 5' E. 25130 ft. to the top of
the Koolau Rango of Mountains;
Thenco Southeasterly along tho
top of the Koolau Range, being tho
upper boundary of all tho Ahupuaas
Included with this "Forest Reserve,"
to the boundary between Halawa
Thenco Southwesterly along tho
boundary of Halawa and Moanalua,
to the point ot beginning; excepting
therefrom such portions of tbo lands
In the valleys as may bo below tho
bsu-foot contour lino.
Area 28,550 acres, more or less.
AND I do hereby set apart-as a For
est Reserve those portions ot tho Gov
crnment lands known as tho mauka
portion and unlcaso,! remainder ot tho
land of Walmano (above tha area do-
scribed moro particularly In Public
uantis unico i.caso ixo. diuj, anu tno
land of Wahlawa (gov't), (moro par
ticularly uescribea in i'uuiic Lands or.
ftcc l.easo No. 530. granting the water
rights thereon), within said metes and
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I
havo hereunto set my hand
and caused tho seal of tho
r6ICAL Territory of Hawaii to bu
Dono at tbo Executive Uulld
Ing, In Honolulu, this 9th
Jay of March, A. I). 1900.
A. L. C. ATKIN80N,
Acting Governor ot Hawaii,
PROCLAMATION OF FOREST RE-
SERVE IN THE PUNA DISTRICT
ISLAND OF KAUAI.
UNDER and by vlrtuo of tho author
ity Nested In mo by tho provisions of
Chapter 28 of tho Revised Laws ot tho
Territory of Hawaii, enacted April 25,
1903, and amended by Act 05 of tho
Session Laws ot tho' Legislature ot
1905, and of every other power mo
hereunto enabling, I. A. L. C. ATKIN
SON, Acting Governor of the Territory
of Hawaii, having duly given tho no
tice and held tho hearing as In said
Acts, provided, do hereby approve as a
Forest Reserve the lands comprising
tho mauka part of tho North end of tho
District ot Puna, abovo a line drawn
at approximately the lower edge ot tho
existing forest across the lands ot
Ajiahola; Kamalomaloo, Kealla and Ka
paa, In the District of Puna, iBland of
Knual, Territory of Hawaii, moro par
ticularly described as follows, viz.:
Deglunlng In tho land of Annhola
at a JLk on a atone at a place
railed Paepac, elevation ot 281.0
feet; azimuth and distance to N. II.
being 239 50' 5415.5 ft, and running
by truo azimuths;
l."3 14' 3031.0 feet to place called
Panlklol; elevation 348.0 feet;'
S. Thence to tho North bank of
the Anahola river and following
the North bank, and up bluff
to a place called Kiokala mark
ed by on a stone, tho dl
rect azimuth and dlstanco' being
8!l" 55' 30" 9025.8 rect;
38 51' 30" 2957.8 feet to a pipe
Ret at the boundary ot Anahola
and Kamalomaloo at a placo
called Kamana, elevation 043
4697.9 feet across
land of Kamalomaloo to an Iron
pipe on boundary ot Kealla and
Kamabimaloo, elevation 664.0
t 25 41' 3192.G feet to pipe In
summit of Puu Klnul In land of
Kealla, elevation 980.0cet;
t. 350 34' 2821.7 feet across Ml.
mlno Gulch to, pipe In Puu La
wll In boundary of Kealla and
Kapaa, elevation 852.0 feet;
7. Thence down the slope to foot
of ridge and running In a West-
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rrly direction skirting the baso
of tho mountains, crossing Ka
pahl Stream and up to Moalcpo
Gulch In vicinity or a placo call.
, ed Pohakllkll, thence up bluff
to an Iron plpo In the boundary
of Knpaa and Walpoull direct
azimuth and dlstanco Is CS SO
14487.9 feet; thenco following;
the watershed of tho ridge being
the boundary of Kapaa and Wal
poull the direct azimuth and
f 100 21', 30" 4031.0 feet to an
Iron ptp'o at Kalnamanu, eleva
tion 1143.0 feet;
0. 124 12' 1724.1 feet to an Iron
plpo at Kahlllmalanl, the head
of tho land ot Walpoull and tho
boundary of Olohcna;
10. Thenco up watershed of rldgo
along land of Olohena to plpo at
bead of land ot Olohcna at placo
called Pchuaola direct azimuth
and distance being 180 59' C-644.9-
feet and elevation 3211.0
Thenco following the watershed
of tho rldgo and along tho landa
ot Wallua and Kallhlwal to Ma
haleha tho Northwest corner of
Knpaa and Southwest cornor ot
Kealla direct azimuth and dls
tanco being 183 48' 4427,7
223" 57' 19C9.0 feet' aloug Kea
lla anu Kaniiiwal following tho
rldgo to Tiptop, elevation 2,
710.0 feet; .
13. 177 21' 1419.0 feet along Kca
11a and'Kallhlwal following tho
rldgo to Puco marked by an
Iron plpo, tho Northwest corner
of Kapaa nnd tho Southwest
corner ot Anahola, elevation
141 20' 1537.0 feet along Ana
hola and Kullht-wal following
the Tldge to Last Peak at an el
evation of 2410.0 feet;
146 42' C526.1 feet nlong Ana
hola and Kallhlwal following
ridge to Kokolkt marked by a
pipe at the Northwest corner ot
Anahola, elevation 2500.0 feet;
Thenco by survey qf Jas. W.
Gay of Anahola,
207 20' 4092.0 feet to Deak:
17. 249 00' 720.0 feet to top ot
18. 273 00' 6214.0 feet to top ot Ma
19. 245 IB' 0732.0 feet along rldgo;
20. 250 00' 1254.0 feet to Kecaoo-'
puu whero old crosses range;
21. 230 16' 4356.0 feet along rldgo
to bend In rldgo, T
22. 351 00' 1380.0 feet nlong ridge;
3. 332 30' 891.00 feet along rldgo
280 20' 2442.0 feet along rldgo;
281 00 1452.0 feet nlong rldgu
to Puu Eu, the highest Peak;
elevation 1932 feet;
290' 00' 4168.0 feet along ridge
27. 292 00' 2772.00 feet to a plpo and
large ahu on summit at Klhoo,
elevation 1477.0 feet?
28. 253 18' 3308.0 feet down face ot
29. 351 30' 862.0 feet to Initial
Area 9935.0 acres.
AND I do hereby set apart as a Tor-
est Reserve those portions of the Qov-
crnment lands known as Anahola, Ka
malomaloo, and Knpaa, within sold
metes and bounds.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I
have hereunto set my hanl
and caused the seal of the
ISEAL Territory of Hawaii to bo
Done at the Executlvo Ilulld
Ing, In Honolulu, this 9th.
day ot March, A. D. 190G.
A, L. C. ATKINSON.
Acting Qovernor ot Hawaii.