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EVENING RULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II, SATUttDAV, JAN 23. 1303.
What Army, and Navy.
Polk Are Doing
Tho movement of truops to tho Phil-
lpplnca to rcllcvo those now theie, will'
begin In March, 1503. nnd will bo com
.,,,. . ....
pleled in March 1310
...u .., K. P nicr in ".:..
tho reglmcuti will sail from San I'rnn
Cisco for Manila. 13th Cnvnlry sails In
Mnrch, 1903; 12th Cavalry In April,
7th Infantr in Mn ; 1st nnd 3rd ll.vj
tullons 20lh Infantry In June; 12th In
fnntry In .tuly; 3rd Infantry In Augu-.t
"nt Infantry In September: llth Cnv
ulry In November; 2nd Civiilr In Do
cumber. Two companies of engineers
wllj sail In Juno. Tho organisations
now serving In tho Philippines will ro
turn (o tho United States for station
us follows: Tho 10th Cnvnlry will sail
Iriim Manila on May 1 anil will bo a
tlgnwl to Tort Kllinn Allen, Vermont,
tho Slli Cavnlrv will sail on Junu 1."
nr.d tako station at Tort 1). A Husscll
Wj oinlng; 20th Infantr) In June to
Forts Wajno nnd ilrady, Mlrhlg.in
EOlh Infantr) In July to Monterey C.il
liornln; 23th Infantry In August, to
1'ortH Juy, Porter nnd Nlugiirn,i Now
York, 25th Infantry In September, to
Tort l.ogan, Colorado, and Whipple
Unrracks, Arizona; 18th Infantr) In
October to Foils .teuton anil (leorgt
Wright, Wnshluglou; fllh Cavalry In
December to l'ort Wnlla Walla, Wash
Ihgton, Han rranclsco, California, and
llolso IlarrnckH, Idaho; 1st C.ialry t
January, 1310, to Dob Moines, Iowa
Tho headquarters, stulf nnd nth Aril!
Ury will sail for San Francisco In April
and will bo assigned to Kurt Sburldnil
Illinois; tho headquarters, staff .nnJ
batteries C and I), 4th Artillery, will
sail In April ami will bo slHlloncd at
lort I). A. Ilusscll, Wjomlng. Coin
pnnles C nnd I) Engineers, will sail
fiom Manila In Juno and will bo sin
thuiQil ut Washington, I). C.
Tho Evening Wisconsin. Milwau
kee, Wis., published a prosi (report
to tho effect that Injustlco was dono
Major (icncrnl Ornnt by sending 'him
to Chicago anil ordering Major GGn
oral Wood, to Governors Island In his
placo. The statement was absurd
upon Its face, but somo ono signing
himself "Veteran" takes tho trouble,
to contradict It In a letter published
by tho Wisconsin. Tho wrltdr savs:
"General Wood was nt tho head of
the list of brigadiers In 1303, when
tbcro vyns a vacancj, nnd President
Itookcvclt gave him the promotion to
which ho was entitled, that of major
guicral. As such ho ranked Gcucial
ilrant kcvornl jeara In tho ago of,
(ommlsslon and is tho ranking major
geneinl of tho Army, nnd hence was
entitled to tho 'fnvorito' assignment
Klvon him to succeed Uencrnl Grant.
It was mi slight to General Grant as
tho quoted parlagrnph Implies that
It was. Xo oua envies General Grant
his. good fortuno or would 1novvlng
ly slight him. If General Wood had
not boon willing to servo a much Ion
f,er term In the Philippines than nny
other American general has hnd, ho
would have relieved General Grant
two or thret jenrs ngo, hence Gen
ciafGraut, and not General Wood,
Iuib been 'favored.' Tho only favor
itism, if any, shown General Wood
was by President McKlnley, when ho
mado him n brigadier general from
tho rank of captain, nt about tho
(lino that ho mndo brigadiers of two
ot hern, Grant and I'unston, who then
had no i link in tho Ilcgular Army
General Wood Is thrt senior ot Gener
al Ornnt In length of Bcrvlcc as well
ab in rclatho rank.
Although Col I'dgar S Dudley, of
tha J A. (lcncr.il'H Department of
tho Aimy, does not retire until Juno
Tl next, speculations as to who Is to
till tho vacancy his retirement will
t lento In Ills department would seem
to bu somewhat ypicmntiirc, but ap
plications for tho prospective vacan
i) aio numerous. It Is understood
that an olllccr of expcrlcneo In the
work of tho J. A. General's Depart
ment has already been decided upon
Tho officer Immediately following
Colonel Dudley In rank, Limit. Co)
llarvoy O Carbaujrh, does not rellru
until Apill 11, 1922, and tho scnlor
(olonel, E. II. Crowdor, until n jnnr
later Tho next vacuncy will occur
In tho rotlremcnt of Ilrlg. Gon. Geo
II DavK Poll. 14, 1911. Tho other
ntlremi'iits nro lis follows: Dodds,
Dee S, 1918; Dunn, Mnich 20, 1920;
Goodler, Mnnh 23, 1931; Poller,
Suit &, 1922; Morrow, Oct. 29,
1928; llcthol, Nov 18, 1930; Win
hhlp, Nov. 2.1, 1338; and Hull not
until Am; 7, 1938.
(icncinl llllss, commanding tho De
partment of .Mindanao, has reported
to tho Division Commander the lefu
sal of a portion of (ho enlisted men
of tho 0 til Compan) of Philippine
Siouta, Mncabebes, to oboy tho order
or their lommandoi, Captain Pinnk
Sklovaskl, to board tho tianspoit
Wurrcu on Its trip to Manila.
Tho company, which Is stationed
In tho Cotabato valley, was .selected
to romo Io Manila to tako pait In
tho Division meet When tho Wnr
lon arrived at tho mouth of tho riv
er, about thlil) of tho men rebelled
nml refused to go aboard unless their
wives nrtl1 children, numbrlnj about
"V I?0".10' T"1'' ".'.SO lnk"
aboard During tho mutiny tho worn-
n and children bccn.uo hjstcrlcnl
nniI ,, or U) vanei threatened so-
rlous reuults MIsh Postlewnlte, of
tho Army Nurse Corps, who happen
ed to be present, did heroic worlt In
ntlcndlng to tber historical women
Clcnernl llllss stated thnt tho most
stjlbborn men of tho company were
sent to C'nmp Overton nnd the olhois
were sent to Znmho.ingn. Tho com
pany will not be sent to Manila nml
I Is eiy probnblc the vvomt clement
of tho "mutineers" will bo dealt with
by general court-martial.
In tho meantime the women by
mistake wero placed aboard the trnnn
port Wright and brought to Manila,
arriving this morning, whero they
ire now nwnltlnc In vain the arrival
uC Ihrlr husbands,
Captain SklcvnsM h reporteil to ho
tinder arreht for supliioneNS lit inert
Ing tho situation. Order among the
mutineers was restotal by Captain
Hoedcr of tho 11th Company of
Scouts, with the aid ot his men.
The following. members of Com
mlttcos on Military Afftttrs rave boc"i
appointed members of tho Hoard of
Visitors to tho Military Academy to
hieot at West Point about lanimr) II
1300. Senate: .Nathan K, So It, Wct
Virginia; James A. llotiicM'vuy, In til
nnn; William Warner, Mlt-sourl". .Mur
phy J. Eostcr, Louisiana; James II
rrnzlcr, Tennessee Houso o' Ropie-t-cntathes:
Wajno Parker, Now Jer
soy; tlcorgo W Prince, Illinois! II
Olln Young, Michigan; Julius Knlin
California, William Snlzer. New Yo-H
Jnmes L. Slaydcn, Teas; Ocoign W
Qordnn, Tennessee. This board mcotr
In cnmpllanco with an net of CnvrcHir
passed last May, abolishing ill.' annual
meeting of tho Hoard of Visit ira to the
.Military Acaticmy in .nine, io inspect
tho finished product, tmbslili.tlng n
board, to consist of members of the
Committees on Military AffnlrB whose
duty It shall bo to inquire l-ito tin
needs of tho Acndem as shown I
tlit lr Inspection during tliu academic
Ilalllmore, Md. Tho old school-
ship St. Mar)a Is being towed to Hus
ton, nt which placo sho Is to bo torn
to pieces. Tho St. MnrjH was built
In (ho Washington Nnvy Yard In
1843 as it third-class sloop-of-war
nnd c(tilpicd with twenty guns. Sho
was christened after tho county In
Mainland Sho long ngo set tho ox
umplo foitho Pacific licet In round
ing the Horn and going up tho west
const This was In IS 18. During
the Civil War sho was attached I)
tho Paclllc licet ofT Pariamn Sho
sailed more than 300,000 nautical
miles under her own canvas 8ho
vas built to rhaso slavers Tho SI
Marvs was ono of tho fastest sailing
vessels afloat, and two )eats ago did
better than -GO nautical miles In one
day Over a Quarter of n centurj
ngo tho St Mnrs was sent to Ilnltt
more as n school enlistment ship for
tho navy, and Iny nt Hcndcrson'u
wharf for several months.
Tho memory of dipt Oeorgo M
Wheeler, C E, ono of (ho ptoniers In
Amoilenn neolnglc.il Survey, who In
the veais 1809-187S made a iiunlbci
ol trlpi Ihunigh tho cunvon reglon'u
of Coliirmlo, Is to bo perpetuated lij
a monument two miles hlgn, Thla to
lot a marble- or granite- shaft, to bu
sine, but Is n portion of tho Klo
Oranclo National Forest in Colorado
which President Uoosovolt has by his
ploclamntlon created tho Wheeler
Nntlonal Monument, In honor of u
bravo Army olllcor. Thno hundred
ncres this mcmuilal coverB, nnd con
sists of ennv mis. nlminrles. peaks, nnd
TTutlcs, caves, and figures In endless
Tho Nav) Departiuont hns practi
cally decided to gradually rliango tho
boiler and mudilnc-iy equipment of
certain ot tlC torpedo boats, with
tho Idea of giving them mechanical
Installation which will Improve their
speed. It hns been reported that few.
If nil), of the boats of that cIiisb aio
nble tr attain, much Icsu mnlntnin.
tho contract speed. Tho first of thu
boats to bo thus Improved will bo
the torpedo boatH Nicholson nnd
O'llrlon, and tho work will piohnhl)
fro done nt tho Norfolk Navy Yunl
'Die Inability of tho toipedo boats to
make extreme speed has led to .
change of policy in tho Navy Depiut
meiit iflgtirdlug tho torpedo boat'i
whlrli me now under constiuctlou,
and thodu which uie being designed
lr expectation of tho provision nt
tho next tesslun of Congress for ad
ditional boats No attempt will bu
miulo to equal tho speid tho llrltish
destroyers are luported to have mado
on their final trips, as much as 3.1
ami 3T, knots It Is appreciated that
while that speed can bo made, It must
Ik only In tho nature of spurt!, and
of no special value In naval opera
tions, ns such speed draws heavily
ut on tho limited coal supply n'nd
lacks tho Internal structure It has
been decided that a modcruto speed
of not more than 30 knots in the host
nnd largest of tho destrovers main
tained under cruising conditions Is
bettor than n greater speed, which Ib
only occasional and attained nt
gtc.it sacrifices of stability and ex
haustion ofbunher fuel.
Eondon.-l-The case of Admiral Get
mlnct, Commodore of the Mldterrnn
ton Squadron, and nn eminent navnl
mtthorlt), who wob dismissed for
having stated that the ammunition
of tho Trench licet was no per cent,
below requirements, lias been hotly
debated In tho French Chamber, Tho
Government were Aeetiscd of harsh
ness M Clemetieenii, Premier nnd
Minister of tho interior, replied thnt
tho Nav) cannot bo reorganized by
tho chntterlngs of Admirals The
Chamber subsequently passed a vote
of conlldenro in tho Government's
nblllt) to reha'bllltnlo tho .Nnvy.
A cablegram has been received nt
Munlln announcing two more battal
ions ol scouts, tho lfltli nnd llth The
(mnnunccment was mado In a general
order of tho War Department ut WobIi
Ington on Prlday, Captain Stuart
llelntzelmnn of the fith Cavalr) being
r-ppnlntrd major of tlio 10th, and Cap
tain Hanson E. Ely of tho 2fith Infan
trv. major of the llth. Tho 10th Hat
tnllnn will bo formed by the 3Glh, 44th,
47th and COtli Companies; and the
llth by tho 40th, 42nd, 45th nnd 46th
Companion. This leaves si companies
Z.rlnW.mga Tho riding IcBt for field
nfllccis began at 10 n. m. todaj under
tho personal direction of Ilrlgidlcr
General Tusker II llllss. Colonel Unci
L.ers, Lieutenant Colonel Day, I.lou
tenant Colonel Onylo, Major Sndcr
and Major Korsjth arrived front Jolir
yesterday morning in order to tako the
test here Other t orlde nro Major
Hale, Mnjor Hlocksom, Major Elnloy
nnd Major Jloward The route laid
out will rrach na fax nM San Hamon
I'arm to the west and McrccdCB to the
' Contracts for 5000 pairs of shoes
for 1 8-oie to tho Philippine Scouts
have been made nt tho War Depart
ment These shoes uro ot tho russet
tpe, sltullnr to tho Army shoo nml
of about the samo price. They are,
however, mado on n dlfforcnt last, In
tinier til meet tho confrmntlon of tho
foot of tho average moniber of tho
Stouts. The "nillllnry foot" In enscs
has Its indlvldtinlltv, the difference
being principally In the Instep and
Senators nnd membors of Ccngri-rn
uro appealing to Secretary Wright In
behalf of West Point cadets who wero
dropped for low standing nml foi the
lour who were dropped bocnuso of do
merits. Tho Secretary has not ludl
cated what his action will bo. Thenar
Nelson Pago, called on the Secretory
Thursday and presented to hlm-Cdi"K
Pendleton nml riotrhcr nnd mudo an
enrnost appeal for them.
A detachment of tho 30th Company
Philippine Scouts sttnloncd nt Camp
Ward Cheney, Civile, has been or
dered to i opal- to Nasiigbu, Hatan
giis, to guard the barracks thcio din
ing the absence of tho 33rd Company
detailed; for tho division nlcot. They
nro to hoof It nnd wade tho streams
cu rou to us n test exercise.
In a recent discussion before n
committee of thn Now York Legisla
ture, Senator Cassldy said: "I am ic-
minded of the story of tho man who
vvmte to Lincoln: 'In the mlmo of
God, giant mo a furlough. I'm tho
only private in tho regiment, nnd Iho
olllcers nro drilling mo Io death.' "
VotorniiB of (ho Civil War will be
come oxtlnct In 1930, ncconllng to-Piist
Commander (1. V Haxectt, of Iho Gram
Army of Iho Itcpuhllc- "Them will bo
317 viteinns ullvn In 1930," ha sats
"and (cn vears later Iho number will
be reduced In twenly-lhico Tho last
survivor will dlo In 1950,"
At Manila on Dec, 29, thu mem-
oiy of Dr lllzal, tho nilpflio patriot
who was executed by the Spaniard,
vvas honored by a parade of 15,000
natives, tho parade being reviewed
h j Governor General Smith and the
civil nnd mllltury authorities.
Washington, - Hrlgadlcr General
Arthur Murray, chief of artillery. J
going out to 'the Philippine! to.ln
spec t I ho defensive works now under
construction Ho will bo a passenger
qn thu Kllpntrlck going to Manila,
via Suez, nnd returning by way of
tho Parlfle, when ho will Inspect thu
vvoiks ut l'eurl Harbor. "
Tho V A. P. members In Ce-bu aio
planning tho removal to that plaro
of tho body of Captain Hurrett, who
was Killed down south soveral Jems
ago by Pulajnnes. Such Is tho Infor
mation iceclvcd at headquarters
through a letter fiom John M. Swlt
cr to Colonol Herman Hull.
Washington, Dec. 18 Col Louis
W. Ciumpton, ..Medical Corps, has
been ordtred to thu Philippines to
rellcvu Colonel Louis M. Maus, chief
surgeon of tho Philippines division
to take effect In March.
Notice Is hereby given that tho land described In the following
Schedules will be open for applications, under Part C, Land Act 189f,
(Sections 286 to 312 Inclusive, HerUed Laws ot Hawaii), for Homestead
licases, nt nnd lifter nine o'clock A. M , .Wednesday, January 27, 1909, at
the omco of tho Sub-Agent, Sixth Lind District, (which sald.oRIc will
be established for that day), at the Court House, Kapna, Kauai.
KAPAA KLAT KULA I.OTS
I)t Dloek "J" Lot
No. Area. No. Area.
8..7R00 Sq. Ft. 13.. 7000 Sq Ft,
9..7C00 8q. Ft: 1. .7600 Sq. FU
10.. 7600 Sq. Ft. IS. .7600 Sq. Ft.
11.. 7500 Sq. Ft. 16. .7800 Sq. Ft.
12.. 7600 Sq. Ft. 17. .7600 Sq Ft.
MAUKA KAPAA KULA LOTS
Lot No. Area.
7. . . n ... .1.6 Acres
8 1.3 Acres
9 2,8 Acres
10. 1.0 Acrea
11 1.7 Acrea
12 0.8 Acroa
13 1.0 Acres
14 1.2 Acres
15 1.9 Acres
16 3.2 Acres
19 3 1 Acrea
20 2 6 Aeres
21 3.0 AcrcY
22 1.2 Acru
23 14 Acres
24 11 Acres
26 ..4.1 Acre
26 4.3 Acres
MAUKA TAHO LANDS
Iit No Area,
19 0 9 Acres
JO 0.7 Acres
21 09 Aeres
22 1 0 Acres
23 1.0 Acres
24 1.0 Acrei
2S 1.0 Acrea
26 1.0 Acres
27 10 Acres
28 1.0 Acres
Lot No. Area.
7 0.8 Acrei
8 1.0 Acres
9 1.0 Acrea
10 0.8 Acrea
ll. 0 9 Acrea
12 1.0 Acres
13, -.09 Acres
14 0.8 Acres
15 0.9 Acres
16 0.6 Acres
17 0 9- Acres
18 .0.9 Acres
36 .. ... .0.9
' 37 ,0 9 Acres
All applications for said lots nro to bo mado In person by tho applicant,
at tho omco of tho Sub-Agent of the Sixth Land District.
Maps and further information may by qbtalned upon application to n
0. K. Devcrlll, Sub-Agent, Sixth I-and District, or at the offlco ot the under.
Ignod, Judiciary Uulldlng, Honolulu
At tho same tlmo and placo, there will be sold at public auction, under
the Provisions of Part 6, Land Act 1835, (Sections 278 to 285 Iricluslre, Re
vlcod Laws of Hawaii), General Lenses of the following described lands. .
MAUKA TAHO AND KULA LOTS
No. Area. . rKent.
1 1.5 Kula
1-A 8 Wot $18.00
2 ..... 4.6 Kula
2-A 1.0 Wot 38.40
3 3.4 Kula
3-A 8 Wet . 25.60
4 2.0. Kula
4-A 1.0 Wet 25 00
5 2.1 Kula
5-A 1.0 Wet 23.40 ,
6 1.9 Kula
6-A 1.0 Wet 22.60
. .9 Wet
3 4 A
KAPAA FLAT AOUICULTUllAL LAND , , ,
Lot No. 4 1,75 Acres Agricultural land $30.00 per annum
Lot No. 0 2.0 Acrea Agricultural land . . .
' .26 Acres Swamp land
Lot No. 6 ... 1.2 Acres Agricultural land
.4 Acrea Waite land
Lot No. 7 '. .58 Acrea Agricultural land
2.60 Acrea Swamp land
8 1.11 Acrea Agricultural land
1.71 Acrea Swamp land
Ilontal payable semi annually In advance.
Term of lease. Five (5) years from date of sale.
The following lots will also ha sold under General Leases.
IMPHOVED AND UNIMPROVED IOTS ON KAPAA FLAT.
Lot No. Area.
2 18440 Rq. Ft
3 17276 Sq. Ft
4 21500 Sq. Ft.
5 24000 Sq. Ft.
6 11250 Sq. Ft.
8 14400 Sq. Ft.
11 12825 Sq. Ft.
12 11990 Sq. Ft
13 13790 Sq. Ft.
1 .t.,. 23600 Bq. Ft.
3 6318 Bq. Ft.
( 1280 Sq. Ft
3 11290 Sq. Ft.
3 8490 Sq. Ft
5 9670 Sq. Ft
1 7000 Sq. Ft
2 8600 Sq. Ft.
3. 67(0 Sq. Ft
1 40500 Sq. Ft
1,2 227(0 Sq. Ft
3,4 18000 Sq. Ft and Unlmprnvel 29,00
6,6,7 22600 Sq. F and Jlnlmproved 24 00
8,9,10 22600 Sq. Ft nnd Unimproved 24 Q0
11,12,13 22500 Sq. Ft and Unimproved 24.00
14,16,16 22600 8q Ft and Unimproved 24 00
17,18,19 26400 Bq. Tt and Unimproved 2000
"J" 1,2 19700 Sq. Ft. and Unimproved 2200
3,4,6 22600 Sq. Ft. and Unimproved 24Q0
6,7 16000 Sq. Ft, and Unimproved 1800
18,19,20 22500 Sq. Ft and Unimproved 24 00
21,23,23 22(00 Bq. Ft. and Unimproved 24 00
24,26,26 23Q00 Sq. Ft and Un'lmprovod 24 00
"K" 1,2 21200 Sq. Ft. and Unimproved 2400
3,4,6 22500 Sq. F. and Unimproved 24 00
6.7.-..........1SQ0O Sq. Ft and Unimproved 18 00
8,9,..., 16000 ftq. Ft, and Unimproved 18.00
Rental payable semi Annually In udvanre.
Term of Leaso, ton (10) yearn frcm datn of sale.
Sub-Renting, sub-letting or assignment of nny Interest or right to occu
py or use promises to be prohibited urles written permission Is first
obtained from the Commissioner.
Improvements to ho maintained.
Lessee to pay all taxe anesed,
Reservation regarding land requited by the Government for settlement
or public purposes will bo embodied In each of the above le'ae.
For maps and further Information apply to the Sub-Agent, Sixth Land
District, or at the office of the undorelgned, Judiciary Hulldlng, Honolulu.
At tho samo tlmn and place, there will be sold at public auction, under
Provisions of Pnrt 4, Land Act 1895, (Section 276, Rovlsed Laws of Hawaii)
the following described lots'
KAPAA TOWN LOTS
Block. Lot No Area. Upset Prle.
"A" - 1 1,9 Acre , $460.00 Including Improvements
Illock "K" Lot
7600 8q. rt.
16.. 7600 Sq. Ft.
16.. 7600 Sq. Ft.
17.. 7600 Bq. Ft.
It.. 7600 Sq. Ft.
IS.. 7600 8qFt.
11.. 7600 Bq. Ft.
12.. 7500 Sq. Ft,
13.. 7600 8q. Ft.
14 .7600 Sq. Ft.
2 2 Acres
Lot No, Aria. ,
27 0. Acres
28 1.9 Acrea
29 1.8 Acre
30 1.4 Acrea
49 l.S Acre
60 1.4 Acta
61 1.9 Acres
62 1.6 Acre
64 1.6 Acre
C6 1.0 Acrea
0 9 Acres
0 8 Aeres.
1 0 Acre
42 0 96 Acre.
43 0.7 Acrea
44 0.6 Acres'
46 06 Acres
46 ,0 85 Acre
47 0 6 Acres
- A 1.0 Wet $31.00
1.1 Wet 60.60
3 Wet 26,10
4.2 Kula 11.80-
4.3 Kula 17.10
.6.0 Kula 20.00
35 - A 3.7 Wet
35.00 per annum
20.00 per annum
30.00 per annum
26,00 per annum
nnd Improvements $ 2500
and Improvements 25 00
and Improvements 25 00
and Improvements 1800
and Improvement 1800
and Improvements 18 00
and Improvement 18.00
and Improvements .'.... 18 CO
and Improvements 1800
and Improvements 20.00
am! Improvemcnta 1600
and Improvements .., 50.00
and Improvement 3000
and Improvements 75 00
nnd Improvements 6000
and Improvements 18 00
nnd Improvements 25 00
and Improvements 18 00
nnd Improvements 12500
and Unimproved 24 00
6 2S750 Sq Ft.
8 17S00 Sq Ft.
2 20250 Sq Ft . .. 126 00
3, 12375 Sq It SO 00
4 11250 Sq Ft ... 15 00
6 16075 Sq Ft .. . 10000
9 14625 Sq Ft .. 12O00
10 11475 Sq tt .. 95 00
14 24975 Sq Ft. ... 16000
16, 10376 Sq. Ft . 700 00
1S 44000 Sq PL. . 34500
1 6916 Bq Ft, 15 00
2 6895 Sq Ft . 15 00
3 7360 Sq It . . 16 00
4 7387 Sq Ft . IK oft
6 7881 Sq Ft . 16 00
6 7500 Sq Ft . . . It 00
7 7500 Sq. Ft .... 15 00
8 7500 Sq. It . .. . 15 00
9 7500 Sq Ft 15 00
10, 7600 fiq Ft .... 16 00
2 7500 Sq. Ft 16 00
3. . . 7600 Sq. Ft 15 00
4. . . 7500 Sq Ft 15 00
6 .. 7500 Sq Ft .... 15 00
6. . .. 7500 Sq, IX 15 00
7.. .. 7300 Sq Ft . . 15 00
8. . . 7500 8q Ft If '
2 . 172C0 Bq Ft .. 110 0
4 6460 Sq Ft .... 25 0t
V. 43 100 Acre 100 00
1 21300 Sq. It 200 00
2 .. . 1!S45 Sq It 17000
3 131175 Sq Ft 140 00
6... . 10660 Sq It .. .. 170 00
5 10045 Sq Ft ISO 00
4 12100 8q Ft 250 00
1 8700 Sq Ft 1500
2 7500 Sq Ft 16 00
i 7500 Sq Ft 15 00
4 7500 Sq It .... 15 00
6 8100 Sq It 20 00
3 7300 Sq Ft . ... 15 00
4 7500 Sq Ft ... 15 00
5...., 7500 Sq Ft ... . 15 00
6 7600 8q It . 16 00
"D" 2 7500 Sq. Ft
"E" 2 . 172C0 Bq Ft ..
"F" 1 21300 Sq. Ft
'G" 4 12100 8q Ft
"M" . 1 8700 Sq Ft
PAYMENT OF PURCHASE PRICE- Th Purchner to pv ih eVl i- ,
mlstloner Twenty (20;.) per cent of thw pnrcht"' price it tbn tlmn a' it
place of sale and twenty (20 ) per cnt of th psri-ha one- h' h ill
of each year thereafter until the enllro purehnre price- shiU hiro bnn 1 ntd
Unpaid Instalments of tho purchase price shall bear Interest nt the rji- 'f ,
Mi ) per cent per annum after the date of sale pivnble annuOly tliei"
after by tho purchaser to the Commls-tluner on said pay dates
Purchaser of unimproved Iota In Illocka "C '. "D" "M" and "N" will he
required to erect Improvements of not less than One Hundred ($100 ) Dol
lars assessed value on said lots, during first year following sale, and to
maintain Improvements of at leatt said assessed value
Purchasers must be cltliena of the United 8tates or have declared their
Intention to become cltliens of the United States as required by Law.
No person will be allowed to purchnse more than one lot.
Maps and further Information may be obtained upon application to K
G K. Dovertll, Sub Agent, Sixth Land District, or at the office of tho under
signed. Judiciary Dulldlng, Honolulu
At the lame time nnd place, there will be sold at public Miction, on
same terms of payment ns Kapaa Town Iots If sold to th- putrhiscra of
raid town lots; otherwise If sold for removil t n"-r nrml!e- for r"h
the 'ollnlne luilMIng! nnd IniprnteTn ip t Kib tin
Adjacent to Mock
On Lot 4, Illnck
On Dlock "K", Lot
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... . 45 00
15 , 20 00
16 , 20.00
.Any other buildings, fences, or other structures to he sold nt public nue
tlon at samo tlmo And place at discretion of Commissioner
For all furthor Information, apply nt tho offlco of tho undersigned. Judi
ciary Dulldlng, Honolulu
JAR W PRATT
Commissioner of Public l.aml
Honolulu, Oahu, T. II., December 24, 1908 1
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Tho beer that has stood the test in every country.
RAINIER is sold everywhere and is the choice of beer
drinkers the world over, ,
70 00 Including Improvement
15 09 Including- Impnrremealf
No Improvement ,
No Improvement t,'
No Improvements '
16 00 No Improvement I
No linprotfim'-nti '
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110 0 Inclu Una " ,tu-m
Inelu Pn? "11 -eiu Hi.
Inclullng 'niii'me iudU
200 00 Including Improvement!!
lnc tiding Improvement? 1
25000 Including Imp-ovement-
15 00 No Imtro.ment
No Improvement? '
I IMi-l I'rlre
$1 Per Year
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