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OF tte KANSAS
Author of Th Wln of tht Morning." "Th PUltr of Ufht." It.
COPYRIGHT, 1008. BY
CHAPTER XIII CONTINUED
(From last Saturday)
JVfeii ,.ui.u in- ..via ioMM"iitly over
(be unlucky Chllcim'a body thj deafen
ing vibration of the fog bom ceased
nnd lie he.inl Klsle'ii Rind cry from tlio
"Oil. my, liero comes Jocyt That
incuti lint Cnptitlu Courtenny lins left
Tho girl's joyous exclamation, her
prelude to n paean of thanks that (be
dreadful necessary slaying of men bad
ceased, was n strangu commentary on j
the shattered form stretched at
commander's feet. Among the small
company on board It bad been decreed
that one at least, after surviving so
many perils, should nccr see home
nnd kin again.
Ho gao orders that the dead man
should bo carried to the poop to await
a sailor's burial. Then he turned nnd,
with less sprightly step, descended
the main companion. In tho salon he
found Elslo nnd Chrlstobal watching
tho stairs cxpectnntly. Tho girl had
tho dog lu her arms, and Courtenay
percched for tho llrst time that Joey's
off foro paw bad been cut by tho broken
glass which Uttered tho floor of tho
Then tho attack has really failed!"
was Elsie's greeting. "I saw some of
tho canoes turn and scurry away. That
was tho first good sign, and then Joey
"Vou saw them?" repeated Courte
nay, his bent brows emphasizing the
"Yes. I was looking through one of
tho ports. Was that wrong"
Sho pointed. ' "That one," said she,
'wondering that ho bad novcr a smllo
"Then you must obey orders more
faithfully next time. A man was shot
dead by a stray bullet not tbrco feet
nbovo your bead."
She paled, and her eyes fell before
his stern gaze, which did not deceive
bcr nt all, for sho read tho unspoken
agony of his thought.
"1 am sorry," sho murmured, "not
so much on my own account, though I
"If l'iti untlcrtalc to hold the dog, M In
Jaxu-clI, I tcllt Mud his jiaw."
shall bo moro careful In future, but
liecausa no mo ouo has suffered. Who
H it not ouo of our own people, I
"A fireman. I tbluk his namo Is
Gamn. You bao hardly seen him, I
fancy, but I regret bis loss exceeding
ly. It must have been tho merest ac
cident" Tho captain of tho Kansas was cer
tainly preoccupied or bo would novcr
havo failed to Inquire tho extent of
Joey's Injury. Nor would cither ho or
Elslo have, forgotten that Chrlstobal
,wns not""one'of our own people,"
though tho girl might protest hotly
against any Invidious twisting of tho
Tho Spaniard missed nothing of Cour
tcnay's solicitude for Elslo's well be
ing nor of her shy confusion. Chrls
tobal was under no sort of doubt that
unless another "accident" Intervened
ho bad lost sll chanco of winning this
Hut bo swallowed tbo bitter knowl
edge and said:
' "If you undertake to bold the dog,
JIUs Maxwell, I will bind his paw."
"Ob, my ducky darling llttlo pctl
'Did I actually forgot all about bis
dear wounded llttlo foot? And bo camo
hopping In so bravely, too, carrying
himself with such a grand air. Come,
then, Joey, dcarl Let us seo what has
happened. Yes, this Is tho doctor, but
bo won't hurt you. He Is so good and
kind to tittle docs. Ho will wrap up
tho blecdy part uutll It Is quite nice
N his way back to tbo deck tbo
captain encountered HuareA
Thu Spaniard led tho Eugllsb
muu toward ono of tbo peep-
holea In .thoi..eanaHHereon. Snro
EDWARD J. CLODB
enough, the mooes were making on
toward Otter creek, lu the marvel
ously clear light It was easy to see
tho threatening arms held out toward
the ship by u few men who stood up
right. Even their raucous cries were
yet audible. Courtenny was glad he
had not cilred thN demonstration of
hatred It minted the necessity of con
The general attitude of the crew was
one of leal nntiuyatxc that tho flghl
had nut beTii carried on at closo (juar
tcri. The IuinsuJ bore to!:ens lu plen
I ty or tae imiiio. Jinny linnets nnu ur
I rows luil struck thu ship, the cauvap
I was tuui In M-tcrnl tilaces, a number
f poll lights were broken, nnd the
open decks, fore aud nft as Hell n
tho spar deck, were Uttered with
stouct. Me picked up some of these
mtxslles. man's earliest nnd latest pro
Jectlle. "I hey were round and heavy
A few bore tho red streaks of oxidized
Iron: some appeared to bo veritable
lumps of ore, though the action of wa
ter had made them "smooth stone out
of tho brook." He showed ono to Tollc
mache. who seemed to possess n good
deal of out of tbo way knowledge, and
the latter Instantly pronounced the
specimen to be almost puro copper
telui-d with sliver.
The captain saw to the reverent bur
ial of poor I'letro ('num. entered full
details of the light lu the ship's log
nnd hc!cd Walker to search the sus
pected coal for a further supply of
dynamite, us the utility of tho surface
mines had been demonstrated beyond
a doubt. He thought It possible, given
the necessary time, to rig a device
which would lie practically Invisible.
A fresh set of dummy poles, which
the Indians would probably avoid In
tho event of n second attack, might
deflect tho canoes Into tho area of uov
mines laid nt sea level.
Their utmost diligence brought to
light no further supply of the explo
sive Evidently the prepared lumps
of coal, each containing a stick of dy
namite, which were placed In the
bunker nt Valparaiso had been couvcy.
ed on board by one man, so It was
more than likely there was not unotli
cr ounce of the stulT on thu ship except
the tin co specimens first discovered
1 These, water soaked and useless, were
locked In n drawer lu tho chart house.
While scrutinizing the bunker Courtc-"
nay found u grimy piece of paper,
crushed Into a ball and amalgamated
with coal dust by means of tho glue or
other substance which had been used
for making the bombs Intended for the
destruction of the furnaces. Ho ex
amined It carefully, bcllovlng It had
tbo appearance and tcxturo of car
tridge paper. Ho placed It In his pocket
and, while changing his clothes before
Joining the others nt supper, camo on
It again with a certain surprise. He
plunged It Into n basin of hot water,
and It yielded its secret It was the
outer wrapper of a stick of dytiamlto
It bore tin) circular stamp of the manu
facturers, tho Soclcdnd Auonyma de
Ins Costas del 1'aclflco. This In Itself
meant nothing. The samo company
probably supplied hundreds of mines
with tho llvo pound lioxes In which
dyunmlto Is packed, and If the stamp
were the only,clew none could possibly
lay when or wheio It had been Issued
Hut miners me apt to bo careless.
Men iiccinttnmcil to djnnmlte will han
dle It with tin astounding disregard for
danger, and here was u case In point
Some Spanish ocrccr, evidently at a
loss fur a meuior.indum tablet, had!
scribbled hieroglyphics with an Indeli
ble pencil on this particular wrapper.
It was clear that tho figures and ab
breviated words refeircd to tho dc-
velopment of u cross heading and the
position of certain lodes, but Courte
nay was quick to seo that the official,
who made thoso notes would recognize
them; benco tbo mine or storo from
which tho packago bad been stolen r
bought could bo Identified. Such evi
dence was of highly clrcumstautlal
rulnc. Courtenny put the wrapper la
tho samo drawer as tho cartridges, en
tered In tbo log tbo tlmo am' manner
of Its discovery nnd forthwith dismiss
ed It from bis mind.
It was almost dark when bo went on
deck. Tho wind wns kecu and chilly.
It whistled through tho broken win
dows of tho whcclhouso and Bccmcd to
havo lu It a promlso of bad weather.
Hut a glance uloft and nt tho Bky bo
yond the southern headland Point
Kansas, as It was called on board ro
assutcd him. The far flung arc over
head was cloudless. Tho stars of tbo
southern hemisphere, vivid und bright,
though less familiar than those of the
north, were icflected lu tbo black wa
ter. The ship was so still, tho sur
roundings so peaceful, Bavo for the
plush of tluy waves created by the
breeze, that he was almost startled
wbon a soft olco came from the low
"Where lu the world havo you been,
Captain Courtouny? Joey Is fretting
I "r you, aim i imve cn-icu mm an
"r " s"i in vaiu scarcu.-
Ills heart Jumped with gladness. El
slo was awaiting him at tho foot of tbo
companion. lie suro be was by her
bide without needless delay. Tho dog
wriggled lu her urius, so sho said:
"I don't thluk ho ought to run about.
Ills dear llttlo paw Is rutbor badly cut,
and there may bo more broken glass
0ILl!.!.'.'. !'.&" '
"I'hopiTnot, for our Chileans' sake,"
laughed Courtenay. "I heard Mr. Doyle
telling them to sweep It up, and they
wcro hard nt work when 1 went to my
"Oh, Is (hat where you hid yourself!
No wonder I could' not find you. Of
courso Joey knew where you were.
How stupid of met"
"I'lcaso don't call yourself names,
Elsie. You don't deservo them. And,
by tho way, may I address you by your
Christian namo? It slipped out today
unawares. Not that I feel like apolo
gizing, because 1 don't There are
times when tho heart speaks, not the
Luckily the darkness covered the hot
blush which leaped to her checks. Bus
gave a nervous llttlo laugh and strove
desperately to parry this wholly un
"1 shall be delighted It you always
call me Elsie. It sounds friendly, and
I think our circumstances warrant a
"Excellent! 4 suppose you know that
my namo Is Arthur?"
"Yes, but I had no notion of that
sort of exchange. You are the captain,
and a very serious sort of captain at
times. I feel llko n llttlo girl when
you look at me and tell me not to bo
naughty, bo 'Elslo' sounds all right
but I simply dare not call you 'Arthur.'
Just Imagine what a sensation It
would create In the salout I should
feel creepy all over. And hadn't we
"Elsie," said he, with a tender note.
In bis voice which thrilled her like a
chord of exquisite music, "I want to
tell you something. Tbo knowledge is
forced on me that there Is another man
on this ship who wishes to make yorn
his wife, hut I, too, Ioto you, and I
no reason why I should stand nslde fa
any man on God's earth until you tell
mo with your own lips that you prefer
htm to me."
"Oh!" gasped Elslo and "Oh!" again,
but not another word could she utter,
she who had been so voluble a moment
ago. The bittersweet pain 'of beartug
this -sudden avowal was almost over
powering. Her ideals of honor and
truth wcro shocked, but she was a wo
man as well as an Idealist and she was
stirred to the depths of her soul by the
knowledge that sho had won tho man
whoso love she craved.
"I want you to listen to me, Elsie,"
be said, with a passionate Intensity,
mm siiiicu ine rising storm in ucr dos
om. "Dr. Chrlstobal, may hare plead
ed bis own cause already. It Is not
for me to cavil at him for doing that,
but I cannot loso you without a word.
Whether you marry hhu or me pr uel
ther of us. I shall love you forever. I
want you to know that It Is,' no new
discovery to me. I think my heart
went out to you when I carried jou lu
my arms through the gale, and since
that hour you and I have bad experi
ences dqnlcd to most men and .women
ero they reach the conclusion that tbey
are lit mates for the voynge of life. Do
you feel that sweetheart lvo we
known each other ten days or ten
IIU face was very near to horn now.
Ills arm was around her neck. It was
qulto dark where 'they stood In the
shadow of the bridge. He could not
see tbo tears In her eyes, but be heard
her broken nnsner:
"Are you fjulto-Jfalr In using such
words to mcl"
"Fair, Elslo! Tnlr to whom"
"Because oh. luw can I tell you
Aro you free to to sieak to mo In this
"Elsie, I am pledged to no other wo
man. If that Is what you mean. Who
has been telling you otherwise"
"No one. Indeed Indeed, I alone am
to blame. You will be angry with rac,
hut I could not help It"
Sho could say no more. If sho bad
uttered another syllablo Just then she
would bavo broken down completely.
Courtenay placed bis baud undor her
cbln and lifted bcr unresisting lips to
bis. Ho kissed bcr twice and laughed
softly, with a glad confidence that sent
a' wave of dollght coursing through El
" "Sweetheart" ho whlspsred, "I am
sure you would not bavo allowed me to
scuk so plainly If you were going to
send mo away. Now, I don't want you
'.to bind yourself Irrevocably tonight
That would certainly not be fair. I
don't know why I am to bo angry of
what It was1 you couldn't help, aud I
.don't care a red cent All I want lo
know is this If the Kansas brings us
both hack to tho outer world once
Tnorebavo I as good a chanco of win
ning your loro as any other man"
"But I must tell you. I could not
look you In tbo face If you did not hear
It When 1 was left alone In your
cabin the Fecund tlmo aud the sea
camo In. n packet or letters fell out of
sotno clothss which I picked up from
tho floor. Tbero was one from your
sister. I hardly know what I was do
ing, but I saw her name, 'Madge,' and
I read a few words on tho half page
nbovo her signature."
Ills left arm was now so well estab
lished tht,hls band touched ber cbeek,
and ho found It wet with tears.
"What wild coucclt has crept Into
your pretty little head)" be cried In
amaze, unconsciously raising bis voice
tsomcwhat "A laUcr from my sister!
Sho Is tbo most straightforward wo
man breathing, I assure you. Never a
lino has she written to mo wblcb could
bear uny construction such as seems
to trouble you. Why, on the contrary,
Madge bas often chaffed me for being
so like herself In giving no thought to
(Continued Next Saturday)
BULLETIN ADS PAY -mm
PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS.
' PAZO OINTMENT is guaranteed
to cure any caie of Itching, Blind,
Bleeding or Protruding Piles In 6 to
Mduys or money refunded. Made by
PARIS MEDICINE CO., Saint Louis,
HONOLULU, T.JL. SATURDAY, JAN.
Notice Is .hereby given that the Und described
Schedules will be open for applications, under Part
(Sections 2,86, to(312 Inclusive, Revised Laws of Hawaii), for Homestead
Leases, at and after nine o'clock A. M Wednesday, January 17, 10, at
the office of the Sub-Agent, Sixth Land District, (Which said oBc .wilt
be established. for that day), at (he Court House, Kapaa, Kauai,
Lot Block "J"
8.. 7600 Sq. Ft.
IS., 7600 Bq.
14. .7500 Sq.
16.. 7500 Sq,
16.. 7600 Sq.
9.. 7600 Sq. Ft.
10.. 7500 Sq. Ft
11.. 7600 Sq. Ft.
12.. 7600 Sq. Ft.
17..7C0O Sq. Ft.
, x , BCHEDULE "B"
MAUKA KAPAA KULA LOTS
'Lot No. Area.
Lot No. Area.
7 1.6 Acfea
8... .... .,1.3 Acres
9 2.8 Acres
10 1.0 Acres
11 1.7 Acres
12 0.8 Acres
13 1.0 Acres
14 1.2 Acres
i& 1.9 Acres
16 3.2 Acres
MAUKA TARO LANDS
Lot No. Area.
19 0.9 Acrea
20 0.7 Acre
21 t.0.9 Acrea
22 ,...1.0 Acres
23.... j..., 1.0 Acres
24 1.0 Acrea
26 1.0 Acres
2 1.0 Acres
27 1.0 Acres
28 1.0 Acrea
29 1.0' Acres
36 0.9 Acrea
Lot No. Area.
7 0.8 Acres
8 1.0 Acre
9 1.0 Acres
10 0.8 Acres
11 0.9 Acres
12 1.0 Acrea
13 0.9 Acrea i
14 0.8 Acres
16 0.9 Acres!
16 0.6 Acres
17 0.9 'Acres
18 0.9 Acre
f , 37 0.9 Acres
All applicationsfor said lota are to he made in person by the applicant,
at tho office of tho (Sub-Agent of (he Sixth Land District.
Maps and, further Information may be obtained upon application to'H.
O. K. Deverlll, Sub-gent, Sixth Land District, or at the office of the under
signed, Judiciary (Building, Honolulu. ' '
At the same tlrpe and placo, there wll) be sold atpubllo auction, under
tho Provisions of Part 6, Land Act 1896,r(8ectlons 271 to 216 Inclusive, Re
vised Laws of Hevall), General Leases pf the following described lands.'
y. -, MAUKA TARO AND KULA LOTS
1 i Upset
.. .8 Wet .'118.00
2 4.6 Kula"
2-A 1.0 Wet
3 3.4 Kula,
3-A 8 Wet
4 2.6 Kula
. 5 .......tfl, KuU,
'6-A 1,0 'Wet -
C .119 Kula .
6-A 1.0 Wet
II ..,,..2.5 Kula, ,
30-A .9 Wot
KAPAA FLAT AGRICULTURAL LAND
Lot No. 4... J. ..1,76 Acres Agricultural .'UnS $30.00 per annum
uk , mo. a .1. . . z.u Acres
LotiNo. 6 ,...1.2
Lot No. It .. .68
Lot No. ,...1.11
Rental payable semi-annually. In
Term of lease. 'Five (6) years frqm
The following lots will 'also be sold
IMPROVED, AND UNIMPROVED LOT8 ON KAPAA FLAT.
Block. Lot No,
"A" 2...M. 18440 84. Ft
3 ...17276 Sq. Ft
4 21500 Sq. Ft
6 24000 Bq. Ft.
"B" 6...' 11150 8d. Ft.
14400 Sq. Ft.
11... 11815 Bd. Ft
12...' 11110 8q Ft
13... f 18799 Si Ft.
"" 1 28600 Bq. Ft.
3 $81$ Be). Ft
6 $280 Sq. Ft
"G" 2 11290 84. Ft.
3... 8490 Sq. Ft.
6 9670 8d. Ft.
"H" 1 7000 8q. Ft.
2,,.w 8600 8a. Ft
3 6760 Bd Ft.
"I," 1 40600 8q Ft
"I" 1,2,..' 22740 Sq. Ft
3,4 1J0Q0 Bd. Ft
6,6,7...' 21100 Bq. Ft
8,9,10 shoo Si Ft.
11,12,13., 22600 8i Ft.
14,15,16 21600 Bd. Ft.
17,18,19..,' 25(00 8rt. Ft
'J" 1,2 19T00 Bi Ft
$,4,6,,.' 11600 Si Ft.
6,7,..' 16000 Bq. Ft.
18.19.10 21560 Sd. Ft.
21,22.13 ,....22600 Sq. Ft.
24,25,21 21000 Bq. Ft.
'K" 1,2... 21100 Bq. Ft
3,4,6,,, 22600 Si Ft.
6,7 16000 8q. Ft.
8,9 1500'6'Sq. Ft
Rental payable semi-annually, In advance." '
Term or Lease, ten (10) years frc'm date of Aale. .
Sub-Renting, subletting or assignment of Anylntsreitior right to
py or use premises to be prohibited unless written peripJialou , Is
obtained from the Commissioner.! " ' '' V
Improvements to be maintained. I
Lessee to pay all taxes asseaed. , , ' , , ',
Reservations regarding land requited by theOovrmnent,for,8ettlaiaettt -
or public purposes will be .embodied In each ot the abbie 'leases. l ' "' "
For maps and further , Inform1 atlor, apply tolthVflW-Aient, Sllth Land
District, or at the offlce ot the 1 undersigned, Judiciary J Building, Honolulu.
t 'i . l
At the samo time and. place,-thoro will be sold atpublic auction, under"
Provisions ot Part 4, Land Act 1895, (Section 276 Revised Laws'ol bawall)
the following described lots: , . L
KAPAA TOWN LOTS. ' .' i
Block. Lpt No. . Area. Upset Price. ' ( ,H
'A" , . l.,,,,i.;, . 1.9 Acres
la Us rollowlne;
, Land Act HIS.
Lot Block "K"
10.. 7600 Bq. Ft.
11.. 7600 Sq. Ft.
12.. 7600 Sq. Ft
13.. 7600 Sq. Ft.
14.. 7600 Sq. Ft.
II. .7100 Sq.
Lot No. " Are. '
27.. O.t Acre
30., 1.4 Acres
49.;. 1.9 Acr'e-i
10 ,1.4 Acrea
I1..', l.i Acres
4 1.6 Acre
, .2.6 Acrea
, ,1.1 Acres
42 0.96 Acrea
43 0.7 Acres
44 0.6 Acrea
46 0.6 Acrea
46 0.86 Acre
47 05 Acrea
4.0 Kula. '
A..., 1.0 Wat $31.00
1.1 Wet SOltO
34 (.4 Kula '
1 .:..... J Wet
35 ....4.2 Kula
...4.3 KuU 17.20
. j ., .i
1 ' t r,
.1.6 Kula i
33-A M, f
35-A ....A J.T Wet 61.50
Swamp land ;
35.00 per annum
20.00 per annum
20.00 per annum
22.00 per annum
data of sale.
under General Leaaea.
and Improvements.. $'16.00
and Improvements 16.00
and Improvements 36.00
and Improvements 11.00
and Improvements 11.00
and Improvements 11.00
and Improvements lk.00
ana Improvement 18.00
and Improvements , 11.00
and Improvements 20.00
and IniprovemenU 11.00
and Improvements 60.00
and Improvements $0.00
and Improvements 76.00
and Improvements-.; 64.00
arid Improvements 11.00
and Improvements .-... tl.OO
and Improvements -. .1 11.00
and Improvements t .". llf .00
and Unimproved !:-. 21.00
and Unimproved $j.00
and Unimproved 24.00
and Unimproved 14.00
and Unimproved ti.. $4.00
and Unimproved ,. 14.00
and Unimproved ...., ib.00
and Unimproved, Ip.OO
and Unimproved M.Od
and UpllnproveJ tl.OO
and Unimproved 11.00
aqd Unimproved ., lt.00
ind Unimproved 2
and Unimproved ., 1
and Ualtnpfored 1
and Unimproved 1
and Unimproved' 1
.' $460,00 Including1 ImprOTemenUT
6 2S760 8q. Ft 7000
8 17300 Sq FL 55.00
2 20260 Sq. Ft 125.00
3 12375 Sq. Ft. 90.00
4 11250 Sq. Ft 15.00
6 16075 Sq. Ft 100.00
9 14625 Sq. Ft 120.00
10 11476 Sq. 11 95.00
14 24976 Sq. Ft 160.00
16 30376 Sq. Ft 700 00
16 44000 Sq. Ft 346 00
1 6916 Sq. Ft 16.00
1 6895 Sq. Ft 16,00
3 7360 Sq. Ft 15.00
4 7387 Sq. Ft 15.00
6 7881 8q. Ft 16700
6 7600 Sq. Ft 15,00
7 7500 Sq. Ft 15.00
1 7500 Sq. Ft 16.00
9, 7600 Sq. Ft 1500
10 7600 Sq. Ft 15.00
2 7600 Sq. Ft 1500
3 7500 Sq. Ft 16.00
4 7600 Sq. Ft 15.00
6 7500 Sq. Ft 15.00
6 7600 Sq. Ft . 15.00
7 7500 Sq. Ft 16.00
8 7500 Sq. Ft 16.00
2 17160 Sq. Ft 110.00
4 6460 Sq. Ft 25.00
7 43.100 Acre 100.00
1 21300 8q. Ft 200.00
2 18846 Sq. Fi....... 170.00
3 19875 Sq. Ft 140.00
6 10860 Sq. Ft . 170.00
6 10046 Sq. Ft 180.00
4 12100 Sq. Ft 260.00
1 8700 Sq. Ft 15.00
2 7600Sq.lt 15.00
3 7500 Sq. Ft 16.00
4 7500 Sq. Ft 16.00
6 8100 Sq. Ft 20.00
1 7650 Sq. Ft 2000
1 7200 Sq. Ft 1500
3 7600 Sq. Ft 15.00
4 7600 8q. Ft 16.00
6 7600 Sq. Ft 16.00
6 7600 Sq. Ft 15.00
PAYMENT OF PURCHASE PRICE. Tho Purchaser to pay the Com
missioner Twenty (20) per cent of the purchase price nt the tlmo and
place of aale, and twenty (20) per cent of the purchase prlco at tho end
of each year thereafter until tho entire purchase price shall havo been paid.
Unpaid Instalments of tho purchase pi leu shah bear Interest at the rata of
six (6) per cent per annum after the date of sale, payable annually there
after by the purchaser to the Commls-cloncr, on, said pay dates.
Purchaser of unimproved lots In Blocks "C", "D", "M" and "N", will bo
required to erect Improvements of not less thanjW Hundred ($100. ) Dol
Ura assessed value on aald lots, during first year following sale, and to
maintain Improvements of at least said assessed value.
Purchasers must be citizens of the United States or have declared their
Intention (o become citizens of the United States as required by Law.
No person will be allowed (o purchase more than one lot.
Mapa and further Information may be obtained upon application to E.
O. K.' Deverlll, Sub-Agent, 8,lxthi Land District, or at the'offlce of tho under
signed, Judiciary Building, Honolulu.
At the same time and place, there will be sold at public auction, on
same terms ot payment a,Kapaa Town Lots, If sold to the purchasers pt
said town-lots: otherwise. If sold for removal to other premises, for cash,
, t,h followlng.'bulldings and Improvements upon Kapaa Flat
Upset Prlce.Bulldlng No.
Adjacent to Block '
On Lot 4, Block
On Block "F", It
Any' other buildings, fences, or other structures to be Bold at public auc
tion 'at same time and place at discretion of Commissioner.
For all further Information, apply at tho offlce of the undersigned, Judi
ciary Building, Honolulu.
, , JAS. W. PRATT,
' Commissioner of Public Lands.
Honolulu, Oahu, T. II., December 24, 1908.
Dec. 26, Jan. 2. 9. 16. 23.
"The Man With tjie Hoe"
It In tho'clty, call at
125-127 MARKET 6T.
Ojip. ' Junction with California
A Large Line of Ligtitweiglit
at IOC per yard.
I: I.. Ahoy. Nuuanu below Hotel
20 ,' $40.00
21 ...., 50.00
'l$ .; 60.00
Oar new general Catalogue is notf
ready for mailing and will bo found
of great value to the planters of
Seeds, Plants and Trees
This Catalogue is the finest we
have ever issued and will be mailed
G, G, MORSE & GO.
free to all who write ui.
When writing nddresa us at
52 JACKSON STREET
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF.
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