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LIH l"E, Oct. 1. Kauai County's Re
, publican convention last Saturday
! was a harmonious one, with very few
' contests developing for the various
j nominations. About the only fight of
: any importance was that between S.
K. Kaeo and Attorney Kaulukoii. the
'former being renominated finally by
: a vote of ?A to 20.
I The platform commends the nation-'
i al administration and praises Gov-
ernor Frear in no uncertain terms, t. ,
j thing which other Republican plat
forms this year have not done, be
cause of the controversy in which ;
Ktihio has taken such a prominent
part. Of Governor Frear the Kauai ;
"We endorse the vigorous and sue-
cessful administration of Go ernor!
Frear and are proud of the results !
thereby accomplished for the welfare
of the Territory of Hawaii.'' !
Fully five hundred people attended
the dedication of the new Japanese
Christian church on Nuuanu street
yesterday afternoon. The ceremonies,
which were presided over by Rev. F.
S. S udder, began at 2:3 and an in
teresting program of speeches was
The ceremonies were opened wiih
singing, and Rev. Mori, pastor of the.
ing to leave the Island as they arenew church, conducted the responsive ;
now forced to do, and if it becomes j service and made the prayer of ddi-j
necessary to issue bonds for this pur-Station. The address of the day was
pose we favor such legislation as will delivered by Rev. Doremus Scudder of i
allow us sufficient funds to carry on ' Central I'nion Church in Japanese. I
the same. (and was then translated by him into I
"We pledge that our Hoard of Sup- English. Rev. F. S. Scudder then read
ervisors will continue to erect addi-ja letter of congratulation from Hon.
tional school rooms as our needs de- j W. F. Frear. who was unable to at
mand it. tend the dedication. Rev. W. R Ole.-
"We pledge our Supervisors to pro-1 son spoke in behalf of the Hawaiian
vide adequate janitor services Tor the , Board and Rev. Akana. in place of
public schools and provide a stricter j Rev. Poai, in behalf of the Hawaiian
enforcement of the truancy law. churches. Others who made short
"We pledge our Senators -nd R-'P-I speeches were Rev. W. D. Westervelt
resentatives to work for an additional j antj ice Consul Kurusu.
appropriation sufficient to erect su:t-1 Following the dedication ceremonies
able buiidings for our court, county thp npw hnilrtinz was thrown men for
'general inspection and refreshments
offices and jail.
"W? recommend that the
sors install a wafer works Tor Hana
ei when funds are available."
Senator Charles A. Rice.
Representatives Hanalei, J. K. Lo
ta; Kawaihau, R. Spalding; Lihue, J.
Delegate Kuhio is highly commend-!
ed and the work of the Kauai legis-) H. Coney; Waimea, W. J. Sheldon.
lators and county officials lauded
Among the important planks are the
"We demand for the people honest,
economical and efficient administra
tion of County government by the offi
cers thereof, ad will use every ef
fort to require County officials to
spend the public money to the best
advantage, and that in the building
of schools and new school rooms; the
building and construction of good
roads within this County and of other
public works, the public money shall
not be wasted and that competent of
ficials only shall be engaged to con
trol a"nd direct the expenditures re
quired for such purposes.
"We heartily endorse the plank
adopted by the Territorial Conven
tion regarding the public lands and
"Board of Health. We recommend
the successful efforts of the Territo
rial Board of Health to constantly im
prove the agencies guarding the pub-j
lie health and favor such legislation!
as will increase the efficiency of this
most important branch
Supervisors Hanalei, Mr. Alenefog
lio; Kawaihau, Ekekela; Lihue, H. I).
Wishard; Koloa, W. D. McBryde:
Waimea, Francis Gay.
Sheriff W. H. Rice, Jr.
County Clerk J, H. Kaneakua.
Treasurer H. Morgan.
Auditor C. Maser.
County Attorney S. K. Kaeo.
The Democratic ticket on Kauai is
Representatives Koloa, Mikaele;
Lihue, Simeon Kailau.
Supervisors Waimea, Nawai; Ha
nalei, Joe I; Lihue, Kanikanihia.
George McK. McClellan, formerly
of the nub-'secretary to delegate Kuhio and sim-
lie service. We strongly endorse a
continuation of the liberal adminis
tration of the public health depart
ment. "We commend the Legislature for
having made ample appropriation for
ultaneously representative of 'the
Chamber of Commerce and Merchants'
Associaiton in Washington, has de
cided to make his future residence in
Seattle, Wash., according to news
from the northwest metropolis, and
the entire church.
and which is to be used as a class
room and for social purposes.
The new Japanese church has
grown from small, cramped quarters
to a large and inspiring edifice, and
was dedicated entirely free from debt
A contribution was taken during the
ceremonies to help pay for a cement
sidewalk on the Kukui side of the
church, which amounted to $61.90.
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the schools which enabled this county; will shortly open a law office there
to increase Its teaching force fromS j McClellan resigned some montns
teachers in 1910 to 93 in 1912, andjfSO as the delegate's secretary and
we ask that the appropriation be in abeen, gently succeeded by Jack
creased commensurate with the In- ?esh of Hilo who has been attend
creased growth of our schools. ing Harvard University McClellan
We furthermore pledge our party's Wlli engage m general iaw practice
inort for a liberal amjroDriation for i n Seattle, it Is stated.
support for a liberal appropriation for
the erection and maintenance of a
high school for Kauai that our chil
dren may have the same educational
advantages at home instead of hav-
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CONGREGATIONS 0 P FIVE CHURCHES
HONOR MEMORY OF GEN. BOOTH
Hundreds Assemble at Bijou in
Vast Joint Memorial
At the Bijou theater last evening
hundreds of people representing the
five Protestant churches of Honolulu
gathered at the union memorial serv
ice for the late General William Booth
founder of the Sarvation Army.
The chief speaker of the evening
was Lieut :-Col. Blanche Cox, head of
tb local Salvation Army post, who
was a close personal friend or the
late general and who received person
al teaching from -him. This enabled
Col. Cox to make an intensive study
of the character of the founder of
Col. Cox was the possessor of a
f i nd of data which enabled her to
make her talk wonderfully interest
ing. She brought out many anecdotes
of the late general's life, illustrative
"Forty-seven years ago, as a small
Christian mission, he started the Sal
vation Army, and from that developed
the great organization now known as
the Salvation .irmy, tnat goes out to
iseet ithose who do not attend church,
the rabble in the gutters, who havfn't
the clothes to go to church It hey
would. They do not hear the church
bells, but they answer ito the sum
mons of the Salvation Army drum.
"It it a fighting organrzation, we are
fighting people, and General Booth
shewed us how to fight, His wonder
iful faith overcame all difficulties, and
hit last words, typical of this fai
were, 'The promises of God are axffe
if we can but believe.' Throughout the
age of doubt, when a wave seenied
to be sweeping the country and about
o submerge the church with atheistic
doctrines, he stood firmly alone witn
faith In God. His highest aim was
the saving of souls and during his
last hours, when he lay on his od,
of his work, aims and spiritual views, tl-nd and neipiess ,ne saia My neart
together with a number of stories of i is breaking for the salvation ot tne
personal experiences and hardships world and I can do no more:"'
erdured with him during the early j Lieut.-Col. Cox was introduced by
days of the Salvation Army. She also ; Rev. R. E. Smith, who spoke higl.lv
related stories and incidents which 1 regarding her personal ability, and The
were illustrative of what constitutes
the work of the Salvation Army, and
what is its highest aim.
"Goodness," said Colonel Cox, "was
the fundamental quality in General
booth's character. In the early days
many untruths were written and said
fibout him, but the fact that he was
good was never denied by any ot his
meeting was presided over by W
Bowen. During the service Miss Edith
Rosslyn Collais sang ."Boundless Sal
vation,' 'a solo composed by General
Booth shortly before his death. The
double quartet, which furnished music
was composed of Arthur Wall, J. A.
Hill, George Brown, C. H. Tracy, Miss
j Collais, Miss Ethel Damon. S. S.
Weight and C. J. Hunn.
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No. 235. TERRITORY OP HAWAII.
COURT OF LAND REGISTRATION.
TERRITORY OF HAWAII to OAHU
RAILWAY & LAND COMPANY,
Li D. ; T. J. KING; MIKAELE MI
NORS; TRENT TRUST CO., LTD.,
Agent; PANG KOON YEE; TERRI
TORY OF HAWAII, by Alexander
Lindsay, Jr., Attorney General, and
Marston Campbell Superintendent
of Public Works; CITY AND COUN
TY OF HONOLULU, by Joseph J.
Fern, Mayor and President of the
Board of Supervisors; LEE LUP;
AH FAI; CHING HOY KEE; S. TA
KAHASHI; SAM KAMAKA; and to
ALL whom it may concern':
Whereas, a petition has been pre
sented to said Court by HAWAIIAN
TRUST COMPANY LIMITED, Trus
tee under the Will of JAMES G. HAY
SELDEN, Deceased, to register and
confirm its title in the following-described
Beginning at , an iron pipe at the
west corner of this lot, said pipe be
ing by true azimuth 349 5' 19.6 feet,
from the initial' point of the descrip
tion in L. R. C. ctition No. 213, and
its coordinates referred to a Govern
ment Survey Street Monument near
the junction of Beretania and King
Streets being north 68.85 feet and
wtst 259.7 feet, and running by true
1. 251 21' 30" 189.4 feet, along L. C.
A. -722 to Keonekapu to iron
pin on southwest side of King
Street, said iron pin being by
true azimuth 60 23' 37.5 feet,
from the center of a sewer
manhnla in Cintr St root nnrt
148 12' 152.25 feet, from the I
aforesaid -Street Monument;
2. 345 32' 190.8 feet;
3. 7 45' 33 feet;
4. 80' 37' 184.2 feet, along L. C. A.
927 to Hooliliamanu, at 27.8
feet passing over an iron pin
on the southwest side of King
5. 167 38' 191.4 feet, along L. C. A.
64 F. L. to Kapulani and L. C.
A. 61 F. L. to Aholo to the ini
containing an area of 39,613 square
feet. And being land described in R.
h. 2257, L. C. A. 865 to Kahele.
You are hereby cited to appear at
the Court of Land Registration, to be
held at the City and County of Hono
lulu on the 31st day of October, A.
D. 1912, at two o'clock in the after
noon, to show cause, if any you have,
why the prayer of said petition should
not De grantea. And unless you ap
pear 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
Witness the Honorable WILLIAM
L. WHITNEY, Judge of said Court.)
this 5th day of October, in the year
nineteen hundred and twelve. I
Attest witlrSeal of said Court: I
(Seal) JOHN MARCALLINO.
53tj0 Oct 7, 14, 21, 28
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The stock books of the Waialua Ag
ricultural Company, Limited, will be
closed to transfers Tuesday, October
S. r.l2, at 12 o'clock noon, to Tuesday,
October 15, 1912, inclusive.
("HAS. H. ATHERTOX.
Treasurer. Waialua Agricultural Com
Honolulu. October 7. 1912.
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