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THE GARDEN ISLAND.
Notice is hereby given that the undersigned will be at the places
and at the times named below for the purpose of registering those per
sons who have not vet registered as voters of the County of Kauai nei
and who may apply to the undersigned for registration as such voters.
Notice is further given that all persons applying for registration as
voters who are citizens ot the United States of America and the Terri
tory of Hawaii nei by virture of having obtained naturalization papers
to produce these naturalization papers when applying for registration,
for otherwise their application will be refused. This will be strictly
Monday, September 16, 1912,-9-10:00 A. M.-Koloa Court House.
11-12:00 M.-Kalaheo Homestead Store.
1-2:00 p. M.-Office of The McBryde
Sugar Company at Wahiawa.
1 2:30-3:30 v. M.-Hanapepe Store.
4:30-6:00 p.m. -Morrison Hall a t Ma
kaweli. Tuesday, September 17, 1912,-8:30-10:30 A. M.-Waimea Court
11-1:30 p. M.-Kekaha Sugar Co.
Wednesday, September 18, 1912-9-10:00 A. m. -Hanalei Court
11:30-1:30 p. ar. -Kiiauea Sugar
Plantation Office, Kiiauea.
3-4:00 P. M. Kawaihau Social Club
v n Room over Kealia Store.
4:30-6:00 p. m. Kapaa Court
J. Mahiai Kaneakua.
County Clerk, County of Kauai. T. H.
L,ihue, Kauai, T. H. Sept. 5th. 1912.
MA KE KAUOHA
HOOLAHA HOOH INOA 110 BALOTA
Ma keia ke hoolahaia aku nei e hiki aku ana ka niea uona ka inoa
malalo iho nei ma na wahi a ma na manawa i hoikeia malalo ae nei no
ka hoopaaana i ka inoa o ka poe koho balota i hoopaa ole ia lakou iho
i keia wa ma ke ano he poe koho balota no ke Kalana o Kauai nei a o
,, ka poe hoi e noi mai ana iaia e hoopaa ia lakou i poe koho balota.
O ka poe he kupa Amerika lakou mamuli o ka loaa ana o na pala
pala hookupa Amerika e lawe pu mai ia mau palapala ma ka manawa
e noi mai ai e htiopaa ia lakou i poe koho balota no keia Kalana, no
ka mea ina aole pela e hoole loa ia aku no ka lakou noi. E hooko
' pololei loa ia. aku ana keia rula.
Poakahi.Sepatemaba 16, 1912,--9-10:00,HaleHookolokolooKoloa.
11-12:00 m., Halekuai ma Kalaheo.
1-2:00 p. m., Keena Oihana o ka
2:30-3:30 p. m., Hanapepe Store.
4:30-6:00 p. m., Morrison Hall m a
Poalua, Sepatemaba 17, 1912,-8:30-10:30 A. si., Hale Hookolokolo
11:30-1:30 p. M. , Keena Oihana oka
i Mahiko o Kekaha.
Poakolu, Sepatemaba 18, 1912,-9-10:00 A. M. , Hale Hookolokolo
. J. Mahiai Kanuakua,
Kakauolelo, Kalana o Kauai, T. H.
Lihue, Kauai, T. H., Sept. 5th., 1912.
Official Call For
tion of Kauai, T.
The Kauai County Republican
Convention will meet at Lihue
Social Hall Lihue, Kauai, T. H.,
at 10 o'clock a. m. on Saturday
September 28, 1912 and nominate
candidates for the legislature, and
for the Connty Office, elect county
committee and transact such other
business as may properly be
brought before it.
W. H. Rice,
Chairman Republican County
Committee, County of Kauai, T.H.
By W. F. Sanborn
Secretary Republican County
Committee, County of Kauai, T.H.
No Ka Ahaelele Re
pubaliki o Kauai,
E noho ana ka Halawai Aha
elele o ka Aoao Repubalika o ke
Kalana o Kauai nei ma ka "ilolo
Hoolaulea o Lihue" (Lihue Social
E NO. 2
11:30-1:30 P. m., Keena Oihana o ka
Mahiko o Kuauea, Kiiauea.
3-4:00 p. M. , Keena Hooluana oka
Hui o Kawaihau maluna ae o ka
Halekuai o Kealia.
4:30-6:00 p. m., Hale Hookolokolo
Hall) ma Lihue, Kauai nei, ma
ka hora 10:00 A. m. o ka Poaono,
Sepatemaba 28, 1912, no ka wae
ana l mau tnoa moho no ka Aha
olelo, a no na Oihana Kalana, a
koho pu hoi i na Komite Kalana.
ame ka hana pu ana i na hana e
ae e lawe ia mai ana imua o ia
W. H. Rich,
Lunahoomalu, Komite Kalana o
ka Aoao Repuoalika, iCaiana o
Kauai, T. H.
W. F. Sanbokn
Kakauolelo, Komite Kalana o
ka Aoao Repubaiika, Kalana o
Kauai, T. H.
Even the man who is his own
worst enemy is always ready to
"Do you think telephone opera
tion can be classed as a profes
"Well, it certainly is a calling.'
"How is it so many people seem
able to get the money to buy auto
"if you only notice, they are
tne easiest tilings in the world with
which to raise the dust.
He Dearest, you're the goal
of my affections.
She (removing his arm) Five
yards for holding. Harvard Lampoon,
THE DANGER OF TYPHOID
A Disease That Picks the Young and
Strong What it is and What it Does
the Insidious ways of the Typnoid Germ
How the rever is spread and What
Can be Done to Checked it.
In a little house standing all byl
itself among the wooded hillsides!
OI llie YliegllCllies, i mau juai --
turned from a journey was taken
ill with typhoid tever. A limpid
mountain stream passed within
fifty feet of that house on its way
to the Susquehanna. Mile after
mile it pursued its course without
coming near another human dwell
ing, until it reached l'lyinoutn,
Pa., a mining town of about 8,000
neonle. which was neither better
nor worse than others of its kind,
except in having a water-supply
of rare natural purity and seeming
security against all defilement.
Through three dreary winter
months the man in the lonely hill
side house fought the fever, with
the aid of a nhysician and a nurse,
until at last he won his fight for
life. Frequently during those
months the nurse would at night
throw the patient's body wastes on
the snow-covered ground between
the house and the stream. As
long as the snow remained, there
was not a single case of typhoid in
Plymouth. On March 26th the
first thaw of the season set in,
sweeping the snow off the banks
and filling the stream with a fresh
supply of crystalline water that
soon reached the households of
Plymouth. On April 9th the first
case of typhoid was discovered in
town. Others followed with
alarming rapidity. At the end of
a week new cases were being re
ported at the rate of fifty to one
hundred a day, and this went on
until more than one-eigth of the
total population was sick. Medi
cal assistance had to be summoned
from the outside. The business
life of the community came practi
cally to a standstill. Funerals oc
curred every day. The town
seemed in danger of being wiped
out. And all this time the people
went on using the water which
nobody dreamed o f suspecting.
Before it was finally checked, the
epidemic had produced 1,104 cases
of disease, 114 of which ended
fatally. It had cost the community
$97,000 in sick bills and lost earn
ings, while the loss through the
death of wage earners was com
puted at S500.000. A subsequent
investigation proved beyond the
slighest doubt that this vast train
of death and disaster had its source
in that lonesome struggler for life
on a hillside many miles away.
They did not know then, as we do
now, that typhoid fever invariably
is caused by the presence in the
human body of an infinitesimally
;OC. LB. TIN
ISC. LB. TIN
TO AVOID IT
small organism or "germ." Nor
did they knowUhat the appearance
of a new case of typhoid is im
possible without the transmission
of such germs from one human
body to another. T h e official
name of the germ in question is
the tvphoid bacillus. To the
naked eye it is invisible. Its pre
sence in milk or water does not at
all change its appearance. Magni
fied 1,200 times, it looks like a
diminutive sausage w i t h long,
twisted hairs attached to it. Those
hairs enable it to move about with
great rapidity. While existing in
a congenial medium, it discharges
certain substancesnamed toxins,"
which act as a poison on any hu
man organism serving as "host"
to the germ. But of all the
qualities possessed b y this mis
chievous and mysterious creature,
none means more to us than its
ability to exist for long periods
outside the human body. So hardy
is its nature, and so insidious are
its ways, that thousands of miles
may be traversed and hundreds of
days consumed in its passage from
one human system to another.
To be sure, the sun's rays wlil
kill it in from four to ten hours.
But give it only a pinch of dust for
a hiding place, and it will dance
along merrily for weeks with every
straying wind without loss of vigor
or venom. Bury it beneath one
eighth of an inch of the proper
kind of soil, and it will keep alive
for many, many months. Let the
soil freeze, and still it may live on
for weeks. In ordinary water, it
remains "viable," as the scientists
call it, from six to ten days. In
milk and t h e various products
made out of milk, it thrives from
one to four weeks. You can turn
the water into ice, and you may
separate" or churn or freeze your
milk, without much damage to the
germ. It may be numbed and
weakened, but give it only half a
chance, and it will revive in all its
original virulence. In oysters it
lives contentedly for several weeks
and salt water seems to be no less
welcome to it than fresh. There
is, of course, a definite limit to its
power of endurance it cannot con
tend successfully for more than a
few days with those bacteria which
we call friendly, because they
break up dead organic matter but
as it is, its toughness suffices to
constitute it one of the subtlest and
most serious dangers man has to
To be continued.
iinmion nr rnnprmPimr
WUlllt Uf rUKiXLUaUKL ;
Mortgagee's Notice of Intention
to Foreclose Mortgage, and of
In p'ursuance of the power of
sale containing i n that certain
mortgage made by Holoikaitla Uo
(w) and husband Uo (k), of
Haena, District of Hanalei, Coun
ty of Kauai. Territory of Hawaii,
Mortgagor, to Kwong Yee Aioua
(Pake) of Hanalei, County and
Territory aforesaid, mortgagee,
dated July 25th., A. D. 1901, and
recorded in the Registry Office,
Oahir. in Liber 226, pages 317-318,
notice is hereby given that the
said mortgagee intends to foreclose
said m or t ga g e for conditions
broken, to wit: non pavment of
principal and interest, and notice
is hereby further given that the
property covered by said mortgage
will be sold at public auction to
the Highest bidder for cash i n
front of the Lihue Court House,
it Lihue, County of Kuuai, Satur
day, October 12, 1912,
at 10 o'clock a. m. of said day.
Kwong Ykk Aiona,
Dated Lihue, Kauai, Aug. 27, 1912.
For particulars, inquire of A.
G. Kaulukou, Attorney for mort
gagee, Lihue, Kauai.
The property described in said
mortgage and to be sold as afore
said consists of:
One full share in Wainiha Hui
land owned by Kaui (k) and in
herited by Holoikaula Uo (w)
1-33 share tlfat of Moelepo (k)
in said Hui land of Wainiha sold
to Kaui and inherited by Holoi
kaula Uo (w), daughter.
Interest of Keohi (w) in said
Hui land of Wainiha sold to Kaui
and inherited by Holoikaula Uo
Rice land consisting of 9 acres,
more or less situate at Haena and
comprised in said Hui Land of
Wainiha and known by the name
Note: Interest of Keohi is not
supported by record.
Sept. 17, 24, Oct. 1.
210-211 Bo, ton BUg,
Fort Sir ft'
The mother of a little boy in
Kansas City, Kan., recites negro
dialect stories charmingly. Her
small son is quite proud of her
accomplishment and frequently
boasts of it. One day recently.
when some of his playmates were
vaunting the achievements of their
several mothers, the little boy
My mother is smarter than any
of yours; she can talk two lan
What are they?" demanded
"White and colored."
The International Congress on
Aerial Legislation, sitting at Gene
va, Switzerland, is evolving a very
detailed code of laws. One of its
suggested paragraphs reads: "in
the event of a birth occttring in an
air craft the pilot is to enter the
event in his log book and must
notify the tact to the authorities
at t h e first place at which he
One of the New York representa
tiyes in congress, tells of a social
function in an assembly district
political club on the East side
whereat the chairman of the en
tertainment committee acted a s
master of ceremonies.
The chairman was very busy in
troducing the newly-arrived mem
beis of the club to the guests
who included a number oflniunici
pal officers. T h e representative
mentioned was presented in a way
to have his official honors with his
wife, as The Honorable and Mrs
Congressman Blank." Next came
a couple, who 'were not known to
t h e master of ceremonies, but
after receiving the correct name
in a whisper, he announced;
"Mr. and Mrs. Inspector o
Hvdrants, Faucets and shopworki
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umn will be charged at 'Jgh
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for each issue. No single in
sertion will be run for less
than one dollar.
WANTFD, 1!riBllt K'r1, Kn('""1' ,,oL
I! rill ILL printing department this
USJANTFFl t'0,l ',jnk. Chinese pro.
VfHlUEU ferred. Small family. No
wasliinvr. inquire (iAitimx Island ollice.
One thoroughbred bul
lion Kossalbra.".lr.. Hire
4 years. Also ten small pigs.
Olaf Tlironas, Kealia.
Island's i o 1)
lepartment makes a specialty in this
ine. Quick dispatch and satisfactory
work our motto.
Kverybody to know that
nn ad in this column will
got results. If you've anything to sell,
want to liny, or wish help, etc., l)t, an
ad in this, column do it for yc'Jj
' ACT A watch charm. Cold nugget
-ildl and (iennan (iold coin fasten.
1 together with Imk. Lost on road
tween Lihue Store and court yard. Ho
ward lor return to huh omce.
Several, young, unbroken
rilliei and driving marei.
Alio tome m.r.1 with onlf.
by their tide. Addrest all communication or call
at the home of the undersigned where ttock can
OLAFTHRONAS, Papaa, Kauai. P. O. Kealia
CAD OA IK1 Heading-Standard, two
I UIV JrtLLi cylinder motorcycle,
fully equipped, iniir.Nt elasu condition and
good as new. For full purticulurs, con
sult, .1. I. Siilvu, Kleele Store.
Territory for $200.00. tiood condition;
brand new transmission. Demonstrations
given.- lor lull particulars, enquire ut
MATFf C is hereby given thai m y
HUllvL wife, neo Kosy Antone l'a
checo, having left my bed and board
without cause, 1 shall not be respon
sible for any debts contracted by her.
Dated at Koloa, Kauai, August 5, 1012.
WATIf C Is hereby given that the
any one. all his interests in thevwte of
W. Hodee. deceased, his L'randfiitlier.
This estate consists of one (full) shaK
owned by the said AV. Hodge in the Hui
Ama ot ainiha, Kauai nei, and other
interests in said Hui acouired bv tlm
said W. Hodge by purchase.
I can be found either at .Mr. J. II.
Coney's residence or at my rcsideiicerJ
Diu ii i cannot no lounu at eitlier p ace
pieasc asu my wne lor me.
Kr Lm.ii (V. HoiHii:,)
Niumalu, Lihue, Kauai.
I ACT A reward of $20.00 will be paid
LUJ1 for the return of a small, croco
dile leather bag which was lost between
Nawiliwili andvKilauea last Wednesday.
A description of the bag is as follows:
Made ol crocodile leather, has a silver
shield marked "M. M. W." on one side,
and "Green Bank, Kohala, Hawaii, on
me otner sine.
Contents: two $20.00 notes, one S10.00
note, two $10.00 gold pieces, a signet-
ring, a iockci, a dox ol keys, etc.
If returned to this ollice, the above re
ward will be paid promptly. tf.
THOMAS A. O'BRIEN, I
. . Waverly Tit. Bethel & Hotel jf
P. O. Box 563, Honolulu
j San Francisco, Cal. j w
Harry Annitage. H. Cushuian
Carter. Samuel A. Walker.
Harry Armitage & Co.
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