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'F the KANSAS
By LOUIS TRACY,
Author or"TheVlnof the Mornln." "Th rillirof LUht.- If
COPYRIGHT. 1000, BY StlWARP. J. CLODB
CHAPTER XIII CONTINUED
(From La3t Saturday)
"II Ii linnlil ..I ! to persist, but I
owe It to .m I., tell joii ulint I saw
lilio nlludeil lo Mitir r.lllnni.cd Iff'
nml wilil Hi it 'under no other clrcunt
iitiincoa.' whatever they were, would
she recelie her."
ll.nn I'niMnnnr Intiflio,! nirnln and
Klsle fouml It was absolutely essential
If Joey were not to lie crushed that
her head should bend a little forward.
Willi tlio obvious result tliat It rested
on Courtenaj's shoulder.
"1 must show joii the whole of that
letter," he cried, "and Hie others which
nro tied up In the Fame bundle ou
Will seo ms blush. I admit liut It will
not Ikj from n sense of ihtiUIj Hut
tboro Is one thing .ion lime forgotten,
UIjIc." And his o'cc cropped to n
Iciuo whisper again "In telling ni
X'our Secret, wlihh Is no secret, jou
luuo 6''en "o "iv ari'wcr. Your heart
must have m: cut a little way ta
meet mine. !rni or my sister's words
Would not line perplexed you. Si
that Is win mi hne avoided mc dur
Ins the i t few dnynl Hut there!
Now, Iml' l. I am not acting qulta
fnlrlt I u unfair to nMi you to con
fess w'i. n I uant you to wait until wo
wlu in ir of our preent dlincultles be
fore mi decide w hethcr or not you can
Dml K to jour lll.lng to make a poor
siUlor man happy."
Jixi was n highly nccoinmodattng
doj under certain coudlllous. He had
curled up so complacently that Ulsls
found she could hold htm qullo easily
with one iirm. So the other went out
In flie ilnrknesi until It rested timidly
on her lover" dlieugngcd shoulder.
"It Is easy to wnfoss that which
Is already Known." sho murmured.
"Whether wo are fated to Hio ono day
orJlfly years. It will bo nil tho same to
tiho llfleil her f-iee again lo his niul
would liavo relumed thu kisses he
gave her were it not that thoy lot
their one sided character this time.
Tlicro was n chance that Joey might
Ii.nc been partly suffocated, though to
nil appearance he meant to dlo a will.
Ing martyr, had not Huarcz leaned
over tho upper rail and nsUed In his
grating accent If ho heard the sm
caotaln's voice below.
Elite, nil tremulous and roiy ami
profoundly thankful for the darkness,
Mili1rew herself, from Cpurtenay'i
embrace and answered tho Argeutluc.
"All," said S-iarez. "I am glad you
are there, too, senorlta. Will you tell
him that I am icry hungry nud th.it I
have not boon rellcieil nt the proper
time? I Imo liccu waiting hilf nn
hour or more."
There," cried tho captain, squcozlni
i:isle'.i arm; "tint comes of using so
many tiunece-.iry explanations. I
ought to hate adopted tho recognized
Jnc'.; tur methol nml Just grabbed you
round the. waist without ceremony. I
wouder w here Itoj le Ib lie and Chris'
tobal take tho first watch, nml It must
bo two bells or later. I will bunt
thcni up Ooodby. sweetheart; meet
you at supper In ten minutes."
It was a strange and peculiar fact
that Hoyle had cornered OA'Uto'jal In
tho salon and had lii'lsleif on telling
him various remarkable anecdotes con
cerning the one legged skipper of the
HoiTcr of the Ocean brig. It was still
moro odd that when Chrlslobal yielded
to unwonted and melancholy silence
nfter learning from Siarcz (hat the
Ecnor t-iiptalu bid been talking to the
Ecnorltn for a ery long time on the
promenade deck Iloylc should feel In
clined io sins And then, with n chill
ing lii'plratlon. Chrlslobal (.now why
the chief olllrer bad caused him to
miss the hour for relieving tho watch.
1 1 o.i le hail seen those two together nml
had planned to lenvo them uudls
The Spaniard was n dignified man.
IIo had Inherited from his Kngllsh
mother n t.nvtng fciiso of humor. It
wns intolerable that tho pleasant rela
tions cxlsllug between tho few stir-'
vlvom on board tho Knnsas should bo
dlslurbcd by reason of any falluro on
lih p-irt to aequlesco In Klsle's right
to bestow her affections where she
ll'ted. He wondered If the girl had
come on deck nfter supper. Her habit
was to retire early, as she rose soon
after the sun. (Ie had seen her for n
moment only In passing out of the sa
lon, and there was a suspicious bright
ness in her eyes for which sollcltudo
ou the dog's bchnlf would hardly uc
count. Why not put his fortunes to
thu tint that night nnd liiivo done with
ill Yes, that wns tho right course.
Ho It i nn the en nil that I'.lslo
would lie I'm iimaicd ceejplput-of two
proposals 1 1 one eienlng. which Is n
lictter in i" ii j,- ilinn most women nro
fit'.ored wlih in a liretlmc. Chrlstobal
li.nl entered the chart houso with tho
fixed Intent or warning Ilojlo that, he
wns going below for a moment to nsk
Miss .Maxwell to come on deck when a
hurried step o tho brldgo companion
caused tho linn..iiei)t words to bo wltbi
It wns Courtcnny, who had run up
from tlio talon to proem o Uio.mj fate
ful letters which bad so nearly parted
KUlo and hluibclf. He hail laughingly
refused to tell her their history. That
Would spoil their effect, he said. She
'' '"i tiuuist tnko them to licr'atnteipom mid
rom iiiem nt nor leisure, men snu i" ii ujiibci ..-,.. .-,-ti-niitii
knn tiiiir irun inu-nrdness. nml Iroughly contrhed grapnolt fashioned,
his, feelings would bo spared; as ho
could not ueuy mat tuo mnjoriiy or.
lim h-iil Iwn-written Vv Indies . ,
i iiii iii. i.u, y.-.....ueif Tut., the wheel
I '""" TIh-iv wns tn light In Hid In
tci'or ri"vl". wrapped lu n heavy
'H " t.o:o.l hi llic most sholtered
' "A" MUlctr n-cj tlic captain In
ll ll'1',, v-fT
1 ' N'ottiln' diln , Mr," answered puyle
""t PXpevt 1011 nrp llOttl feeling pfCttJ
tired. Tiillemiiche nnd I propose to.re
uce jon m n neus.
"Hut wliyr .demanded Chrhtpbnl
"It I you who lmu- pasred an excltln;
T ' nm AT to "lount Kuftr!l ,ntl'
tiovlc hm! cornered Chrlntobill (n tht
lawn. Toltcmachp can Join mc now If
lie likes, us Mr. Ilo.ile ought to be In
"I'm all right." snld Iloylo grullly. "I
am only sitting here because my back
Courtpiny glnmcd at the somber
ithidow of Point Kansas, silhouetted
against the deep blue of the seaward
"Ruarer. has retired to roost." he said
"He vccniH to bo quite nssuied that the
fndl.uiK will iii-ier leller a night at
"Today's hammering should ,tencb
them to enip the Kansas nlQner In. fu
ture," sa.l ChrMobal.
"I hope so. but Suarcz and Tc.De
inachp agree that they nro most per
slntcnt wretches. iovr, Uoylo yon
must obey the doctor. Inn golnstcl
a tho salon to give Miss ."Maxwell
tome documents I wish her to see.
Then Tollerinche nnd I will relieve (he
pair of jou. All right. Chrlstobal. I
promise to take my shale, of flic Man-
lets In the morning. I shall lie ready
.or n nap at 4 o'clock. At present I
feel particularly wide awako."
Ho went to tho cablu. They beard
'aim unlock tho door nnd enter. At
that Instant a Btartllng hall catno from
two sailors stationed on thu poop.
"Indlnnos!" they jelled. r ,
Tho three men were ou the spar deck
X sccpnd later, straining their eyes, Into,
tho black -lagucncss of the water.
"Indlanosr shouted two other sail
ors on the forecastle, and from the
spar deck It reeuicd to be possible to
distinguish scleral black objects mov
ing toward the ship.
"Tho siren, Itoylcl" cried Courtenay,
striking a iimtch. At once tho swelling
note of the fog horn smote tliainlr and
thundered n wny In tremendous isound
waves. Soon n hissing, flemscrpent,
ran up the port wall of the chart house,,
and n duo star rocket soared luto the
sky. It Illuminated n wld area of, the,
bay nun reveaicu a number or crowueu
ennocs darting In on the ship, front nil
sides. Courtenay grasped tho 'Ino con
nected with the remaining mines nnd
hauled for dear life. Already the-ln-dlan
ride fire was crackling with "vivid
spurts o,f flamcand stonca.pnd arrows
were beginning to patter .on tbe decki
nud bang against the steel. plates." Two."
of tho dynamlto bombs exploded with:
tho usual din. but It wns impossible to
ascertain their effect owing to tho yell
ing of tho Indians. ) 4
Tho loud summons of t the, juich,
brought nil hands from tolow..jArms,
were hastily secured, tho 'fore, and, attt
awnhngs closed,' and Walker niado shift
to hammer tho engine room' door tight.
The Incruaslug tlolence of tho stono
Bllngtog showed that the ,Alaculofs
meant to. press home this time. What.
eicr their drcud'of the fiends who.
roam tue worm iu mo uurt. gucy ,uu
conquered It. .nud this latest .pliaso in,
the s.tonny history of the, ship threat
ened io pc us looft iryiug one,.
'Courtenay, "who seemed to. be every
whero nt once, lighted torcucs,w.qcu
were fnstoned to the empty daylts In
readiness for a night alarm. He.bad
used tho last rocket on board, but the
flares would burn for flfteen minutes
it li-ant llv their Ilcht tho defenders
l'u'ro able to,shoot or smash the skulls
out of bent sticks nnd thongs, of, blde.t
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repel ntfiick"w.lllcb deiefopcq ni
fifty points simultaneously. Ere the
torches fllckemWnhelrj! sockets the
savages had swarmed over p5op anil '
bows. Tbey were tearing at the can
vas shields and sweeping the hurrl
enno deck with showers of missiles.
Tollcmacho was Injured, and Walker.
Courtenay had his forehead cut open.
Suarcz fell Insensible while ho was bel
lowing curses through a racgaphono In
Ibo vain hope of frightening the de
termined enemy. Two Chileans were
down, ono struck, with a stono and tho
othershqt through the lungs. ,
so at lost me Knnsas was in ,ine
grip of a savago and Implacable foe.
Courtenay while, hauling a steam thoe
to the weakest point, the after part of
tho promenade deck, met Chrlstobal.
lie clutched the Spaniard In a way
there could be no mistaking.
"Go bclowt" be muttered In a ter
rible voice. "I caunotjtavo the deck.
You must go. And, for Ood's sake,
don't tell'herl Let her die .without
IIEN Chrlstobal descended to
.the sajqii, he found Elsie hold--
Ing the excited dog. It was
Instantly perceptible that she'
was. not aware of the grave position
af affairs on deck. Sho knew, of
course, that the Alnculof mensco hsd
become active 'again, but1' the first nt-'
lack had been beaten off so easily, that
be was sure this later effort would
The dog was better Informed. His
ilcrt ears told him that there were
trango beings on board. He struggled
to resolutely that Klsle freed him Just
us tho Spaniard reached tbe foot of the
stairs. Forgetting his wounded paw
and all a-qulvcr with tbe fine courage
af his race, Joey galloped up tho com
panion nnd disappeared. Elsie was
much distressed by her four footed
friend's useless, pugnacity.
"I could not Keep him back," she
aid, "and I am afraid he runs some
risk of bolngt hit Do ,you think ho
will go to (ho chart bouse? That Is
io exposed. Captain Courtenay to not
there. Is. bo?"
"No, 1 1 Jeft.hlm a moment ago close
to the salon entrance."
She. listened Intently, ner Imagina
tion led her astray. It was so hopeless
ly ou the wrong tack.
"There does not nnnear to bo so
much stone throwing; now, but. I sup
pose I ought not to go on deck," she
'rled. , ,
"It Is not (O'.bo thought or. ...Miss
Maxwell. Indeed.- the captain asked
jne. tp.eome aud bear you company."
'.Just fancy those horrid Indians ven
turing to approach the ship tonight
after tbe dreadful lesson they received
this '.afternoon! And iw;hat will poor
Scnor Suarez say? He was so positive
(bat they would never como near us
after dark.V V, '
"l saw, lil in also on tbe promenade
Beck," nrjsncrcd .Chrlstobal quietly.
"He-bad very much tho semblance iof
a false prophet."
The Spaniard meant to meet grim
fate with a 'Jest on his lips. He hail
leen Suarez lying dead or InschslbU
close to tbe rails. rln fact, tbe uulu'cky,
Argentine wasjonly.separateiUby.' Ibt
thickness ,of the, ship's deck from tb
table near vffclch Elsie wns slnnd.lng.
Unless.be werospWlly 'rescued
wouia.uieea lo.ueain. ' . ,mj
"Ah,, I beard Joey, barking.,, nt baa
roue.'pft." tried Elsie; VA"'l ..un(
that?" she added, inovlbg, suddenly to
ward the jynjer of. Jjh ''salon.'' h
'tia'd caugbVthe flcrcev hlss.of steanW
'and 'she was well nware that steam
would only-be-brought UL'o'Us Ifitbv
Indians were ondeavorlng.to clhub the
ship's. sides. .Noti jctlhnd It occurred
that; tbey could-posslbly, lie. on. board.
,';Soroe, of pm.f.rlctlds he cueniy'.bae
conie near enough to bo.sca)dd,"iSald
the junn .coolly. "That should Jsoon
drive tbero,avo7. Yqu are not right-,
"Not a bit. My only regret Is., that. I
am not,, permitted 'to help In 'tbe de
fense. .'Hmii(lt be' Irksome for you. Dr.
Chrlstobal,. to be stationed here-when
tbe ship Is In danger. I nm -certain
you wotild prefer to bo up Jbereiwltb'
tbe others." " i , '
'tThank you for allying that ' I wish
you were ablo to read all myrtbqugbta
as accUrately.,r l ,
Hls.rlght.hsnd went to the pocket dn
.which be had. placed (be revolver. The
flock appeared to unre,n,peciiiiar clam
miness as(.hls Jlngera closed ,'nround It
Though, ho was prqu'd of Jhy.l'ron uerre
w;blcb bad woti , him repute. Jn bis pro
fession, be almost, prayed nowtlbattll
might not fall' blmat tbe last VN'bst
a horror, to bo compelleid-wlth bis part
Ingglnnce. to see this bright and gra
clous woulau'i crumple ibp on theMeck!
, He. heard .ominous, sounds from Ibe
,fore portcot: the, vessel. Thcrrcvolter
shooting , had. cpn?oil, orlhe convtne
,lpg reason Vltbero wf ta) no Jmprofa
trfdges. Cpurtcnny.'s i dquble barreled
gun was,.Miig,.flrcd, ns.QiiIckly. as, hc
coiild reload It,, and the sharpsqop.of
ono of 'the, rifles Injb'o Jndiang'ppssjjs,
slon was recognliablo. as comin.gjrom
the" boon tb'e' remaining Diarkamen
having preferred to -fire -"wildly fifem
'IL.IL . 1 .k,...-.kKt.Ml.., I.h.m.L..'
lueir l.nuurif.-liufc vorinvvouiuiicnr ium
'a deadly- struggle' was- In "progress' on
tbe fore deck. ' Tollemache.j Frascueto
and three Chileans 'Wercenaged(ln-a
hand! to hand..pgbt1Tflttlpearlyr.a acoro
of saj-nges. .'rbatdoctorjcppld.'dlstln
,guU the,cr,Ifsiof, (ho. combatants, ibo
Irregular, etamplug oft boot shod ,feet,
..He wondered .why the girt, with .her.
!ncute SRpses, dhUnot. grasp, tbqfllgiia-,
ca.nce ociiiv yens pnu irampiing.on ido
deck until It occurred .to blm',' with ,a
quick pang, (hat she ..was listening for.
'one.-volce alone. Owing to her IgnxK
"ranee, of -the 'desperato nature of tho
conflict raglngi overhead, aho bad .cars'
for nothing further. .
;IIo pjacod'a band, on her shoulder,
isho.tyrgcdi and, looked at him. (Thpre
(was .a.grvlty, jn;hJs,.eys..wbJcj' star
timber.. ... .
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HONOLOf.tJ. T. If., SATURDAY, JAN.
Notice Is hereby given that tho land described In the fallowing
Schedules will be open for applications, tinder Part 6, Land Act 1195,
(Sections 286 to 112 Inclusive, Ilevlsrd Laws of Hawaii), for Homestead
ICMos, at and after nine o'clock A. M Wednesday, January 27, 1909, at
the office of the Sub-Agent, Sixth Land 'District, (which said offlca will
be established for that day), at the Court House, Kapaa, Kauai.
Lot . Block "J"
No. , , Area.
9.. 7500 Sq. Ft.
10.. 7500 Sq. Ft.
It.. 7600 Sq, Ft.
12.. 7600 Sq. Ft.
13.. 7500 Sq. Ft.
14.. 7600 Sq. Ft.
16.. 7500 Sq. Ft.
16.. 7600 Sq. Ft.
17.. 7600 Sq. Ft.
.8CHEDULK i VJJ"
MAUKA' KAPAA KULA LOTS
Lot Mo. Area.
7 1,6. Acres
8 1.3 Acres
17 2,2 Acres
18 2.2 Acres
v19 ,.3.1. Acres
20 2.6 Acres
21 3.0 .Acres
22 J. 2. Acres
23 1.4 Acres
24 1.1 Acres
25 4,1 Acres
26 1 4.3 Acres
,. 8CHEDULE "C"
MAUKA TA'rO LANDS
lJt No, ;.Area.
19 0.9 Acres
20 0.7 Acres
21 0.9 Acres
1 22 1.0 Acres
23 1.0 Acres
24 1.0 Acres
25 1.0 Acres
26 1.0 Acres
27 1.0 Acres
28 1.0 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
16 1.9 Acres
16. ...,... 3. 2 Acres
7 o.s Acrea
8 '...1.0 Acres
9 1.0 Acres
10.... 0.8 Acres
11 0.9 Acres
12 1.0 Acres
13 ,..0.9 Acros
14 0.8 Acres
16 0.9 Acres
16... '.,.... 0.6 Acres
17 n.9 Acres
18 0.9 Acrta
37., 0.9 Acres
, .All applications for said lots.aro to be, roado, In, person by tho applicant,
at tho' office of the Sub-Agent of the Sixth Land District.
Maps and further Information may be obtained upon application to E.
O. K. Deverlll, Sub-Agent, Blxth Land District, or at the offico of tbe under
signed, Judiciary Building, Honolulu.
'At the same lime and placo, there will be rold at public auction, under
tho Provisions of Part 6, Land Act 1895, (Sections 278 to 285 Inclusive, Re
vised Laws of Hawaii), General Leases ot the following described lands.
, MAUKA TAItO AND KULA LOTS
No. Area. Rent.
1 1.5 Kula
1A 8 Wet 118.00
2 4.6 Kula
2-A 1.0 Wet ,33,40
3 3.4 Kula
3-A 8 Wet 25,60
4 2.5 Kula
4-A 1.0 Wet 25,00
6 ....... 2.1 Kula
5-A 1.0. Wet S.V.40
6 1.9,Kuta '
6-A LOMYet 22.60
81 2.6 Kula
30-A 9 Wet
KAPA FLAT AGRICULTURAL LAND
Lot Not 4.
Lot No. '5.
2.0 .' Acres
Lot No. '6.
. . .58. Acres
it No." 7...
Lot No, ..... 4.1 Acres
iiewiMrsyspi ,semi-iuinua,iiy in.ar.ranco.
Term, of lease" Five, (Slyears. from, data of sale.
The following lots wllj also be.sold under General Leases.
IMPROVED AND UNIMPROVED LOTS ON KAPAA FLAT.
''Lot No. Area.' Upset Annual
"2 1M40 Sq. Ft. and Improvements -2500
t 17)76 Sq, Kt, and Improvements 26,00
4 llfOO'Sq. ft. and Improvements 25,00
5 24000 Qq. Ft. and Improvements ,18 00
6 li(0 Sq. Ft. and Improvements 18.00
1 .'.... lU008q.:Fi. and Improvements 18.00
11 12826 Sq. Ft. and Improvements 18.00
'12 iliMOSq. Ft.-and Improvements "18 00
13. lJJIO'Bq. Ft. and Improvements 18.00
1 -.StG0OC8q.Ft.,and Improvements 20.00
ti 1)11 'Bq. Ft and Improvements 15.00
't il80iSq.)Ft and .Improvements '50.00
1 HllOr-Sq.'Ftrand Improvementa 30.00
.t3 ) 1(90' Sq.-FU and Improvementa 75.00
5 9670' Sq. Ft and. Improvements 60.00
tl f,J7000 iSq.j Ft, and Improvementa 18.00
.2 86008q.iFt. and Improvements 25.00
3 6750; Sq.vFt.isnd. Improvements 1E.00
1........ v,4p500;flq. Ft and., Improvements ,125,00
jl.'2 2260 Sq.-Fti and .Unimproved 24.00
8,4 18p0O:S.q..Ft4and Unimproved ,20.00
- 6.'r7 22J0p,-8,q. F. ndt.U,nlmprpved 24.00
?M;10 22S0O Sq. Ft. and Unimproved .... 24.00
j1J,12;1S, ,JJ500.q.,rand Unimproved 24,00
14,16,'16 2250OSq- Ft, and Unimproved ,24,00
17,18,19 ,?5oq-Sq.,Ft..andUnlmprove(i , jp.oo
J.2 jl8700,Sq. Ft,,an1, Unimproved ,22,00
1, 4, 6. ....,,. , ,22600 .SqFjn'n UUn'mprbrad M24.00
,18,1?,20; ,,2.3500 Sq. Ft. and'Untmproved 24,00
''2)t32,2J ,.22500 Sq. Ft. and Unimproved ',24.00
24',2p,26 ,W00 Sq. Ft andUnlmproved 24.00
.1.2 2JI00 S.q, Ft and Unimproved 24.00
r 3,4i6 f,,22600JSq.-Ft.and Unimproved "24,00
p.l ,,j90U oq. r.
$., ,15?00 Sq. Ft
Rental payable, serpl annually In advance.
.Terjn, ofL.eas'e, , ten ,(10), years., f rim date of.sale. ,
8uientlng4 sublettjqg or assignment of any Interest or rght to occu
py.oruae.pemUqs to be,prohlbted, uftess wrjtten "permission Is first
.obalnedfrpm, he Commissioner. ' '" "v '
'Imprpvempnta, to.be Kmalntand.
Lessee to.pay a)l taxes assesod.
'Reseqfatlona regar.dl'njj linS, requjted by the Government' for settlement
or public purppiei will-fie embodied In each of tha above.'leases. ' '
'For maps arirf'further JnforraaUor .-apply tn'the'Sub-Agent, Sixth Iind'
District, or at tke offlca of(the underKnd, Judiciary Dulldlng, Honolulu, I
At tbe 'same time and place, there will bei soldi at public auction, under
Provisions 'of'Part-4, Land'A'et 1895; (Section 276, Revised1 Laws of Hawaii),
tho'followlng described lofs: '
Lot'No Area. ' UpBef Price.
1 1.9 'Acres 1460.00 Including Improvements
Lot Block "K"
H...7600 Sq. Ft.
II.. 7600 Sq. Ft.
10. ,7600 8q.iFt.
11.. 7600 Sq. Ft.
12.. 7500 Sq. Ft
13.. 7600 Sq. Ft.
14,. 7600 Sq. Ft.
17.. 7600 Sq. Ft.
7500 Sq. Ft.
7600 Sq. Fl.
30 1,4 Acres'
49 .1.9 Acres
60 1.4 Acres
51 1.9 Acres
52 1.6 Acres
,1.0 -Acres '
0 9 Acres
41 1.0 Acres
42 0.96 Acres
43 0.7 Acres
44 0.6 Acres
46 0.6 Acres
46 0.85 Acres
47 0.6 Acres
No. Area. Rental.
32 4.0 Kula
31-A...'. 1.0, Wet, $31.00
'33 8.6 Kula
..- 1.1 Wet 60.60
34 5.4 Kula
3 Wet .26.10'
36 4.2 Kula ,16.80
36 n. ..4.3 Kula 17.20
t 37 6,0 Kula, ,20.00
- 40 1.6 Kula
35-A ..., 3.7 Wet 61.60
Agricultural una tau.uu per muuuia
35.00 per annum
-20.00, per annum
30.00 per annum
nu unimprovea 1B.0J
andtUntroproved , 18.00
4., '. 73S7
8q. Kt ,
17 '. '. co.ro
Adjacent to Block
On Lot 4, Block
OnBlock "F", 1M
"The Man With the Hoe"
If In tho city, cnll at
125-127 MARKET ST.
Opp. Junction with California
Sq. Ft 15,00
Sq. Ft. 100.00
Sq. Ft. 120.00
Sq. Ft. 95.00
Sq. Ft 160.00
Sq. Ft 700.00
8q. It 345.00
Ft 15 00
Ft....... IK no
Sq. Ft 15,00
Sq. Ft. ,M.
Sq. n 200.00
Sq. Ft 170.00
Sq. rt 16.00
Sq. Kt 15.00
Sq. Kt 15.00
Sq. Kt 15.00
PAYMENT OK PURCIIASK PRICK. Tho Purchnser to pty tho Con
mtssloncr Twenty (20) per cent of the pnrchaso price nt the tlmo nn
place of sale, and twenty (20) per cent of the purchase prlco nt tho en
of each year thereafter until tht cntlro purchase prlco shall havo been patil
Unpaid Instalments of tho purchase pi lea shall bear Interest nt the rnto
Mi (6) per cent per annum after the date of sale, payable annually then
after by the purchaser to the Commissioner, on said pay dates.
Purchaser of unimproved lots in Blocks "C", "D", "M" and "N". will b
required to erect Improvements of not less than One Hundred (1100. ) Do
lars assessed Value on said lots, during first year following sale, and t
maintain Improvements of nt least Bald artessed value.
Purchasers must be citizens of tbe United States or hnve declared thel
Intention to become clttzons of the United Stales as required by Law.
No person will be allowed to purchase more than one lot
Maps and further Information may be obtained upon application to 1
G. K. Deverlll, Sub-Agent, Sixth Lind District, or at the ofllco of the nuclei
signed, Judiciary Building, Honolulu.
At tho sntno time and place, (hero ulll he sold at public auction, o
samu terms of pajment ns Kapaa Town Lots, If sold to tho purchasers i
said town lots; othorwlse. If sold for removal to other premises, fur cas!
the following buildings nnd Improvements upon Kapaa Flat.
Upset Prlro.Dulldlng No.
Any other buildings, fences, or other structures to be sold nt public ou
tlon at same, tlmo and place at discretion of Commissioner,
-For all further Information, apply at tho oIDco of tho undersigned, Jud
clary Building, Honolulu,
J AS. W.PIIATT.
Commissioner of Public I.amb.
Honolulu, Oahu, T, H., December 24, 1908.
Dec. 26. Jan 2. 9. 16. 23.
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ready for mailing nnd mil be found
of creat value to the planters of i
Seeds, Plants and Trees
This Catalogue ii the finest we
have ever issued and will be mailed
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free to all who write us.
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"MBS. WIG08 thpb CABBAGE PATCH"
Arrangement with liebler and Co., New York.
Seats on Sale at Scrgstrom Muslo Co., Monday, Jan
uary 4th, at-9 a. in.