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HONOLULU; STAR-BULLETIN FRIDAY, AUG 0ST 21," 1914.
ANNOUNCEMENT. Leading: hat cleaners. Prices emiO) nc ocu iua iicoi iijici ui Panama and Felts. Work called for! and delivered. Blalsdell Building. C895-6m BICYCLE SUPPLIES. B. Komeya, wholesale and retail . dealer In - bicycles and' accessories. King street near Punchbowl street , - VE&42-tf . BICYCLES AND SUPPLIES. We hare Just received a splendid new Supply of PREMIER Bicycle! from mainland; also supplies. H. Yolsn Imaga, 1218 Emma near, Beretanla. n V 5690f - BUY AND SELL. Diamonds, watches and Jewelry bough' - sold and exchanged. J. Carlo. Fort. CAFE. Royal Cafe. everything ths beat at popular prices; fine home'eooking; ' prompt service; Beretanla, nr. Fort EL, cpp. firs station, k. ftuino, xj . - Ccrtca Cafe, coolest plact Ini town After the' show drop. ln.-,;Ojca day tx3 tlitL Bijou theater Uotal Et 1529-tf : : ' . JJMMISMMMa sk ' " ' Cc!zt!a Ltinca Pvocn; qmcx service tr.d cletniisefs our motto;, open day ari tl;-L UoteU ccp. Betaal atrtiL rSi4 . ' .. -j "Tf a ' Cls." , EctLel let IIoUl a,nd A tice place 'td"eat; Una tzi tocilrj. Orea tljit and day. 11a llofbrau; -Just opened.1 Hotel sL 1 opp. BetheU Meals at all hours. 5920-Sm . Ke Orlcira Cafa. Esfcstaauai meals rcicnta.. Alatea cor llercitxtt CL 'cCNTRACTOR AND BUILDER. Cccr Yamada, general contractor. -E?t!nates furnished. No. -208 Mc- tJiLiieES uuiiaing. xeiepnone io. . C2C5-U m ' - - Car.o Con Sanko bldg.. Nuuanu and 1rerard. Tel. 3151. Contracts for - luiliirg. paperhanging, cement vcrk, cleans vacant lota. k5S27-tf Y. KctiTlthl, general contractor, 2034 YAzz. rhone ZZZS. 'Reasonable. k."327-tf CARD CASES. td visiting cards, engraved 7 ri-ted. la- attractive Russia :. :r cases, ratent detachable Ttar-Bulletin nffice, 6540-tf CLOTHES CLEANED. your work to Pioneer Cleaners, : c t&nia, ; cor. Alakea, . Prompt rvlce. E312-lm :. . IlayaRhl; clothes cleaned, pressed.; Ttl 2278. Beretanla, cor, PukoL - -313-lm . Tor expert clothes cleaning. The Lisa, lKng,&t Maunakea, 5919-lm " .,,1 CLEANING AND DYEING. Herd Clothes Cleaning and Dyeing The?. Call and deliver. Tel. 3149. Cnoto. Beretanla. nr. Alapal SLi 1 K-"9.r-tf -Jt . NOTICE TO SHIPPERS.' ;The gasoline schooner KOMQKILA, Have your shirts ' made to order. G. It command of CapUln George . E.t Awana, 348 S. King street -1-, r..t2, will leave Pier 6 (Richards I 59i8-3m - i v street wtarf) for Maul and: Molokal ports every TUESDAY at 5 p. ra. and. for windward ports, on Oahu every FRIDAY at o p. m. For informatlonlShoes repaired soles nailed on. Betb rcardlng rates, etc, telephone 4193. eL near King street : . ' KOilOKILA SHIPPING CO' LTD.! " 69181m " 5926-tf -: J NOTICE. Visiting nobles of the Ancient Ara bic .Order, Nobles of ; the Mystic, Ehrtne, are cordially Invited to ac company the nobles of Aloha Temple on their pilgrimage to Maui, August 21, 1914.' Those desiring to go are requested to communicate with the re ! corder, H. C' Bruns, In care of Coyne Furniture Co, Young building. ' - ' 5932-71 - --' - More than 1000 toni of Manchurlan corn, which arrived at Seattle, is be- are at war are a menace to Dent ins held up by authorlUes until It ia 1 Mps and many ports may be clos- !eternlned whether the . weevil with Is iafected is destructive. DANCING SCHOOL TANGO. mod-.Classes now open Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays. 1 to 3 and 7:30 to 9:30 p. m. at the large and small halls. National Guard Armory. For further Information call or phone A. E. Clarke, 1186 Alakea, phone 4276. Associate to Prof. L. A. Hep burn, Instructor. 5907-lin EMPLOYMENT OFFICE. Union Employment Office, TeL 1420. All kinds of help. O. Hiraoka, Pro - prietor, 1210 Emma, cor. Beretanla. 5909-Sm. . ,;. ) Y. NakanishI, 64 Beretanla nr. Smith , street, for good cooks, -yard boys. Phone 4511; residence phone 4511. : 5246-tf '. GLEE CLUB. Kaal Glee Club, 51 Young Bldg. Tel. i SSS7, furnishes music any occasion. ' - k5381-tf H HAWAII'S MUSIC Ernest K. Kaal, 51 Young Bldg Tel. 3687, teaches vocal and InstrumenTl ; - . . 57oZ-tr t u HAT CLEANERS. T. Satoi cleaned, dyed and bjocked; call and deliver:. Kamanuwal lane, near Beretanla st Telephone. 3725. t ' 6910-lra - ' i :. JEWELER. feiin Wo, Gold and $ilvers.nJtbr ma terlal and work guarante,-d. If not satisfactory money, will . be refund ed. 1121 Maundkea, nr; Hotel streeL - 6531-tf " : LIVERY. STABLE. Firstlass livery turnouts ' at reason able rates. . Territory Livery Stable, 348 King, nr. -Punchbowl. TeL 2535. 5518-tf MACHINE SHOP. Have your repair work done by 'ex perts. Kellog's Machine Shop, .South, near' King.'' ; '.;5921-lm PAINTER. S. ShlrakU 1202 Nuuanu; TeL 4137. Painting . and . paperhanging. - All work guaranteed. Bids' submitted .free. k5228-tf PRINTING. We do no boast of low prices whlcjj . usually co'nclde 'with poor quality but we "know how" to put life, hustle and go Into, printed- matter, and that is what talks loudest nd longest T Honolulu Star-Bulletin Job . Printing Department Alakea. Street; Branch. Office. Merchant, street ' - 5399-tf - SHIRT3 AND PAJAMAS. YAMATOYA, v : 1250 Fort Lalrts pajamas, kimonos. . ' ' : 5752-tf v SHIRTMAKER. VoTT,frtM .M-f. vi. Z' TJ't,..M 5533-tf SHIRTMAKER. SHOEMAKER., MOSQUITOES? PHONE 3595 The .Board ot Health requests all householders In Honolulu and vicinity who are troubled with, mosquitoes to telephone .3595. Ask for the Mosquito Man, and" tU him your troubles. The mat ter will be Immediately attend ed to. , , : ' The mines that have been placed In the various harbors of the countries Let moneys talk and - people; will laugh at silly jokes. Make It a it for i few evenings on our ay-o and ii'lldl.STXR.BULLETIKWA regn 1 arly -1 herea f t er. 'V ; .Tliey 'point'out effective wars of solving the j .' v . help problem and holding down tlie cost of living. , . ;,:tail9R$. ; ;-v;v :? Army A" Navy,' Merchant Tailors; ap !to-date establishment; cleaning and , repairing, .. 163 King, cor Bishop st. ;! . 5748-tf .V: - V. U MB RELLA MAKER; R, fcffrhtaT tTmVrellaa Imade and, re paired? "H Toti, nW KukuL- Tel- epnone 5745; 5553-tf vulcanizing:" Auto, Motorcycle and -Bicycle lres ;r vulcanized. .Talstfo TOlcanS Gb; J'180 Merchant, near Alakea Street ' Telephone 3197.: S. Salkl,' manager. .--.. 5618-tf ' vAi-rv- SURGEON CHIROPODIST. Dr.- R. -E. -".MerrllL Mclnemy's . Shoe Store,' Fort .' above King.-' Private room for 'ladles.' Charge t-' reason able. ' . : i : 1 , -r5918-tf WILL COST KR00NLAND -$10,726 FOR CANAL TOLL ;. - . -;. ,; . ; NEW YORK. It will cost the American-steamships c Kroonland . and Finland - 810.726 r apiece to pass through the Panama canal, -or more than-f21,$0fr for the -round tr4froH New York to San Francisco and 'back. ;; Fifty vessels -have applied to the surveyor of the port;for measurement under ,the -canal rules. Thirty have been so tar given certificates, which they 7 will produce whenever Jthey. go through.' - '.:.; .-'' ' . There U' no fee for .measurement, and foreign countries can' also, meas ure '! for , the . canal traffic; J, It will, cost a xalr' sized,. Jrelghter 85,000 to go through. , The fees , . are without regard . to ber displacement tonnage or. y$ what H in her; amf It Is said It may be possible"; to . put through the canal a cargo whose ton nage Is three times that of the net registered tonnage upon . which tolls are being charged. . . ' It will cost the auxiliary ' motor yacht Eclipse 878 every time she goes through. The rate Is 81.20 a net reg istered ' ton A The Canal Commission worked for years to figure out the new rules. : j500 5IK& 2 1001 5Q 6511000 ; What U he saying? AXSTTEK TO TkSTXKDJirg fCtZLM ';tvV"f '"'V- V 7 , i. PROFESSIONAL CARDS- V ; MADEIRA EMBROIDERY.- i . .. . '. -i.j- 1 ,. - Mrr. Carolina f;Fernandet, : TJnwn st Madeira embroidery; luncheon, sets, ' baby,caps and dressea,rv Specialty of ' initial and hemstitching. Reasonable. Ci V50ISTE. lilis' Nellie Johnsm.lil9vUhlbn .St l Evehlaggbwti.irngerle 'dressesl r! J .-j.v.- -S34i-4.f-- . v MILLINERY.' ; :9, "XX HYDRAULIC ENGINEER ' ? Jas. T.- Taylor, 511 Stangenwald ,bldgw .; ' consulting civil' & hydraulic engiu'r. music lxssons; lrlvat .reasons-, on Violii,; Mandolin, : Jultar, English' Banjo and Ukulele by a teacher-of many years' expert 'k ence. Address P.O. Box 311." TeL 4179 ; , . ' 'j' .5650-u:, i- .- : lS t ' Ernest K. Kaal. 51 Youns Bldg. TeL 8687, guitar; hkulele, mandolin,' ban ' Jo, ; tlther, tfolin,' cello and vocal. Bergstrom Music Co.. Music and mo .sical Instruments. ; : r102Q-1021 Fort -52T7-tf; Violin and plana taught by experC831 r,!N,?Klng St-t.'- i ;- 5- ;-.v 5919-lxa - T 4 GEECyjB. The , Healani 'Gle Club furnfshes -nu-;-slc for ah occasicha; termsreason ablei. - John... Camacho, .manager; "phone 5136. :-"v -':. - -'. ' v S322-lm vCOLLECTOR." W. Li Eaton, 'collector on commlalon. ' Telephone : 1842. : . 5891-tf v-f ; ' ' - - - : -. - -,.:. Experience sells at par or higher, yet rarely pays dividends; r 1000 1 0tJE2?A. r--rr Fbi1 latest creaUoTUivIn mUHnery,' The I JFaJi 4 Hat? Cb.J 'NunanuT cbr.Pauahl. 'I 920-im -7 ; BY AUTHORITY. i'. PUBLIC NOTICE OF PRIMARY 4 ; ELECTION. Notice is: herely given that in ac cordance with the terms of Act 1S1 of theSession Laws of 1913, a Primary Election for the purpose of making nominations for. a Delegate to the House of Representatives of the Unit ed States and for Senators and Repre sentatives of the Legislature of the Territory of Hawaii, and also for city and county offices within the City and County of Honolulu, as more particu larly hereinafter set" forth, will be held on Saturday, the 12th day of September, A. D. 1914.' throughout the Territory, ' between the hours of 8 o'clock s. m. and 5 o'clock p. m. SENATORIAL DISTRICTS. The several Senatorial Districts and the number of candidates for Sena tor to be nominated by each politi cal parJx.are as follows:..,, ,:r THIRD. DISTRICT island of Oahu Three. '-' '; :, . :-; ' ' REPRESENTATIVE i DISTRICTS. lTheevexal ' (Representatives Dis tricts and the number of candidates for Representative tq be" nominated by each political party are as follows: Jn the Fourth District six. 1 - In the Fifth District six. . -The Representative districts, pre cincts and ; polllag ' places, are as tol- lowa! 1 . '. " - ''' " ' - '' ' FOURTH ; REPRESENTATIVE DIS ' TRICT PART OF . THIRD SENA- TORUL 'DISTRICT. : - . . The portion of the Island of. Dahu and City and County of Honolulu southeast of Nuuanu avenue and a line In extension thereof fxom" Nuuanu Pali to.Mokapu Point . .;;-.'.. -FIRST PRECINCT The portion of Honolulu District northeast of a line from the Koolau range along the ridge on the" east side of Manoa, Valley to the Manoa stream, thence along said stream to a road crossing ; It a little below Its junction with the .Palolb stream, Whence alung said road, Camp bell avenue, Castle road and Diamond Head: avenue and a line' in : extension thereof to -the sea. Polling place, cor ner of Waialae jhnd ; Kapahulu ' roads, ; SECOND PRECINCT -The portiSn of Honolulu- District, south -t of - King street and Waialae road j between the first precinct and a line from the cor ner of Punahou and King streets to the long bridge on Ala Moana -(Beach) road.'H Polling place,, corner of Kala kaua ; avenue and Kalia ' (John Ena) road. V . .i.'.. ;, . --:. v r; THIRD "PRECINCT The portion of Honolulu District north of -the second precinct and between the -first pre-. clnct and a . line from King street and along Punahou street to its junction with ; Manoa road, and thence along the ridge on the west side of Manoa Valley Id the. Koolau range. - .Polling place, -near corner of Punahou street and Wilder avenue. . ' FOURTH PRECINCT The portion of Honolulu District. between the sec ond and third precincts and a line from the sea along Sheridan street to a point on. a line in extension of P1I koi strecU, thence along said line of ex tension and PUkoi street and the west erly, boundry of the : Lunalilo Home premises to the south corner of Ka lawahine; ; thence '; along the ; eastern boundary of Kauwahlne to its junction with the western edge of Manoa Val ley. Polling place,, corner ot Keeau- mokn ; street .and ..Wilder .avenue, v FIFTH PRECINCT The portion oq Honolulu District north of King street and between' the fourth precinct and a Unoalong Alapal street:. and 'in' ex tension thereof to r the. jold ; flagpole crest of Punchbowl, thence across Punchbowl to the . boundary' between Auwalollmu and Kewalb, thence along Ihe vwest: boundary ,o 'Kewalo - and across Kalawahine' to the" west boun dary : of " the fourth precinct " Polling place, Thomas Square. . -,i . SIXTH PRECINCT The portion of Honolulu" District south Of King street and between the fourth precinct and South street extending from . King street to the sea. Polling place, cor ner of South and . Kawalahao streets, SEVENTH PRECINCT The por tion of Honolulu District south of Ho tel street' aad between jAlapal and South streets .on one'.; Side and .'Nuu anu avenue on the other side. ' Polling place near, Kapualwa 'building, ..EIGHTH PRECINCT The portion of Honolulu District bouxftled ontheH north by a line from the junction of School and Emma streets .to the xld flagpole crest of . Punchbowl, on the east by. a line from saI4 crest to and along Alapal street on the south! by 1 Hotel street, .and on the west by Ala kea and Emma streets. Polling place. Einma Square, r- - .. i NINTH PRECINCT The portion of Honolulu District bounded by Hotel street,-Nuuanu avenue. School street and Emma and Alakea- streets. Poll ing - place, corner . of Beretanla. and Fort streets: . y -'r. '-' iTENTH PRECIN'CT The portion of Honolulu District north 'of : -School street 'and between Nuuanu avenue on"bne 'side and Fort street and Pa cific Heights road to the first turn of the latter road and thence along the westerly side of Pauoa Valley on the other side. Polling place, near corner of Nuuanu avenue and Bates street :'..' J '" r v. ELEVENTH PRECINCT-The por tion of , Koolaupoko District southeast of a line from Nuuanu Pali" to Mcka pu Point Polling place, . Walmanalo schoolhouse ' ':'. ' - W . ; i TWELFTH PRECINCT The por- tion of Honolulu District., north . of I School streeiand a liae frca the ju-s-J tion of School and Emma strms'iD the old flagpole crest of Punchbowl, and between ; the . tenth precinct-1 .and the third, fourth and fifth precincts. Polling place, near Punchbowl .jstrf ft bridge over Pauoa stream. FIFTH REPRESENT ATIVRTPIS TRICT PART OF THIRDS SENA TORIAL DISTRICT. The portlo the City and County of Ifonolulu northwest of Nuuanu avenue -and -a line In extension thereof from Nuuanu Pali to Mokapu Point. FIRST PRECINCT The portion, of Koolaupoko District between a -Line from Nuuanu Pan to Mokapui.Point and the top, the ridge between UeeU and Ahuimanu. Polling place, Kooiau poko courthouse, at Kaneohe. -,K- SECOND PRECINCT The - remain der of Koolaupoko District Polling place, Walahoie schoolhouse. THIRD PRECINCT The portjpp.pf Koolauloa District southeast , of the southeast boundary of Lale. ' PoUing place. Yin Sit Clubhouse, at Kap4no, Punaluu. 1 , ,J. .: ui, FOURTH PRECINCT The remain der of Koolauloa ; District' Polling place, restaurant near railway station at Kahuku. . FIFTH. PRECINCT-The , Walalua District except the part thereof south of a line from Kaala summit through Kamaohanui peak. Puu Pane and Pea hlnala hill to the boundary of Koo lauloa. Polling place, Walalua court house. . - a . ".''. - '- For remainder of .Walalua District see Sixteenth Precinct SIXTH PRECINCT The Waianae District. ' Polling place, - Walanae courthouse, r " " - : SEVENTH PRECINCT The por tion of Ewa District comprised In the lands of Hoaeae and HonoullulL Poll ing place, Ewa Pavilion.- r EIGHTH PRECINCT The remain der of the Ewa District except the portion of Halawa southwest of a line from the mauka end of Kuahua fish pond through Makalapa crater to the boundary of MoanaluaV Polling place, Ewa courthouse, " : ''--' Tor remainder of Halawa, see Sev enteenth Precinct ' . ' ; NINTH PRECINCT The f)brtlon of Honolulu District ..westerly of a line from the Koolau range along the west erly boundary of Kalihl to King street thence along ; King street to Palama Chapel road, thence along Palama Chapel road and the extension there of to the Oahu Railway, and thence along (he southern branch of that rail way, to its first near approach to the sea. ", ' Polling; place, Kalibi Pumping Station. - ".::' "J : TENTH PRECINCT The portion of Honolulu District northeast - of ,. King street and .between the westerly boun dary of Kallhi and the easterly boun dary of Kalihl from the Koolau range to the Kallhi-road and then the Kall hi road to King street . Polling place, Kalihiawesa schoolhouse. . ' : ELEVENTH PRECINCT The por tion of Honolulu District bounded; by King street, Llliha street ; School street and Kallhi roadJ Polling place. King street near Kaiulanl school. '. TWELFTH PRECINCT The por tion of Honolulu . District , north of School street and betwen, the tenth precinct, and a , line . from the Koolau range along the edge of the ridge on the west side of Nuuanu Valley -to a line in extension cf Judd street thence along said line and Judd street to Ll liha street and thence along uliha street to scnool street roiling piace, near corner - of ' Llliha - and School streets. .... , ' - v. - r,,, I THIRTEENTH PRECINCT , The portion of Honolulu District' north 'of School street between the twelfth pre cinct and Nuuanu avenue. "-'(Felling place, corner, of ' Kuaklni street;, and FOURTEENTH PRECINCT The portion of Honolulu District bounded by Nuuanu avenue. School street L4 Iiha street and King and Beretanla streets. Polling place. Vineyard street on west side of Nuuanu stream : i FIFTEENTH PRECINCT The por tion of Honolulu District south of Be retanla and King streets and between Nuuanu avenue, and the ninth precinct including Quarantine and other "Is lands. Polling place, Asia Park. 1 SIXTEENTH PRECINCT The re mainder Of Walalua District Polling place, Wahlawa schoolhouse. SEVENTEENTH PRECINCT The remainder of Halawa. - Polling place, schoolhouse at Watertown. CITY AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU, The city and county offices for which candidates are to be nominated by each political party at such primary election within the City and County of. Honolulu are as follows: .One Mayor. ? Seven Supervisors. One Sheriff. : One Clerk. One. Auditor. One Treasurer, 1 . On Attornev ' 'In Testomony Whereof, I have here unto set my hand and caused the Great Seal of the Territory of Hawaii to be affixed. ' J ' Done at the Capitol in Honolulu, this 5th day of August A. D. 1914. ' (SeaL) . . - - -1 (Signed). . WADE WARREN THAYER,' ' Secretary of HawalL Pursuant to the provisions of law In that behalf made, I hereby publish the Public Notice of Primary Elec tion given by the Secretary cf the Territory cf Hawaii as the earns U ap plicable to the City and County cf Honolulu. -, . d. '. kalauc::ala:;l . Clerk, City ari Ccuztycf Hcr J. -.Vj, Territory cf Ilaz'I. LEGAL NOTICES. Territory of hawAil land CouTt.No.- 303. -Xtrjitory ot Hawaii , to Richard 11. Trmf- larv niinrtiA Pyvnmha ' W I? Coombs ; William H. Mclnerny; trus eea trader the will and the estate of Brsee P. Bishop: Territory of Ha wail,by L M. Stainbach, Attorney Oeneral. and Joshua D. Tucker. Com missioner of Public Lands; City and County of Honolulu, by Joseph J. Penv , Mayor and President of the Board, of Supervisors; and to all whom it 'may concern: Whereas, a petition has been pre sented to said Court by Mildred Mary Yoder to register and confirm her title in the following-described land: Being Grant 5340 to Mildred M. Yo der, and Grant 5339 to Thomas Sav age. Alewa Heights. Kona, Oahu, T. H. Beginning at a pipe at the south corner of this piece and the west cor ner "of. . Lot 68 Grant 5363 "to Mary Blanche Coombs, on the north side of 20-foot road, the co-ordinates of said pipe referred to Government" Survey Triangulatlon Station "Wyllle" being H7.3fAot annth antl 1.171:1 f0ft WMt sad running by true azimuths: IV 140 07 234 feet along the j: north side of 20-foot road. . . li OV M.t Iff i siung palama. ... V X 320 01' 361.00 feet along Grants I 5536 to R. H. Trent 5537 to M. G. . Johnson and 15-foot road to a pipe. - . " . '.,'; - 4. 50 05' 314.4 feet along Grant3 , 5341 to W. R. Coombs and 5563 - . to Mary - Blanche Coombs to the point of .beginning; . area 2.55 arr. - . . You are hereby" cited ' to appear at the Land Court, to be held at the City and County of Honolulu on the' 8th day of SeptemberA. D. 1914. at two o'clock In the afternoon, to show cause If any you have, why the prayer said petition should not be granted. And unless you appear at said Court at the time and place aforesaid your default will be recorded, and the said petition will ' be taken as confessed, and you will be forever barred from contesting said petition or any decree entered thereon. Witness the Honorable William 11' Whitney, Judge of said Court, this 13th day of Augt'st, in the year nine teen hundred and fourteen. Attaa lh mot f nf M four r?eal JOHN MAR.HAOJNO. : Registrar. . - Aug.; 14, 21, 28, Sept 4. TERRITORY OF HAW AIL LAND Court. No. 299. ' Territory of Hawaii to Akau, Chun Kon. Goo Yick. Leong Kan, Kotomo, Fong Ning, Wong Kwai Tong, Nasa ka4 Pane la. Polikapu; Trirritory of Hawaii, by I. M. Stainbach, Attorney mlssioner f Public Lands; City and Cotlnty of Honolulu, by Joseph J. Fern. Mayor and - President 1 of the Board of Supervisors ; and to all whom It. may concern: Whereas, a ' petition has been pre sented to said Court by Lau Chee to register and confirm his title in the following-described land: Being portions v of L. C As 2937 Part 2 to Wm. Harbottle, 4034 Part 1 to R.' G. Davis and 8800 to Kuluitl. Kulpaakea-Kapalama, Honolulu, Kona, Oahu.' v ''Beginning at west corner of this piece, on the east side of Auld Lane, the true 'azimuth and distance to a sewer manhole la Auld Lane (the co ordinates of said manhole referred to Government - Trig. Station triangle Kalaepohaku being 1228.6 feet south and 1291.4 feet west) "being 150 58' 19.8 feet and running by true azi muths: ill. . 197 20 16.5 feet along Auld Lane. . 2. 218 50' 30.5 feet along same. 3..233 00 38.0 feet along same. 4T ,229s 30' 24JJ feet along same. . 2l6 09' 31.7 feet along same. 6. 328 00' 10S5 feet along fence. ft8. 2469 27' 60.4 feet along same. 9. 334 32 97.5 feet along same. 10.v'246a 58' 23.2 feet along ssme. 1L : 342 28 176.5 feet along same. 12 2.V 1090 foot a Inn 9 ram a In. ' der of Lv C. A. 2937 Part 2 to Wm. Harbottle. - . ? 13. 1529 50' 63.0 feet along same. 14.. 93' 10' 92.0 feet along same. 15. 129 45' 190 feet along same to the point of beginning and con - tainina an area of 519S0 srtuarw feet ,.; 'j' .' . ' You are hereby cited 'to appear at the Land Court, to be held at the City and County of Honolulu on the 8th day of September, A. D. 1914, at two o'clock in the afternoon, to show cause if any you have, why the pray er of said petition should not be grant ed. And unless you appear at said Court at the time and place aforesaid Tnnf riofntllt wUt ha nwmtul mvtA 4 V, a said petition will be taken ss confess ed, and you will be forever barred from contesting said petition or any degree entered thereon. Witness the Honorable William L. Whitney, ' Judge of said . Court, thi3 13th day of August In the year nine teen hundred and fourteen. Attest with seal of said Court: tittxt iriDniTTnrn Registrar. ;'s Aug. 14. 21. 28. Sept 4. ASUNCION, Parascay. A con tract ; has been signed between the rovernment and a cotton expert to - or. trate the feasibility of inten va cultivation of cotton In. the re J 'J:. The government has ceded m