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TBE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, JANUARY 20, 1614
'Some Prima Pale, a
Ah! That PRIMO PALE! The name recalls pleasant timesl No maudlin crying: no
"rough-house": no evil effects; just pleasant conviviality light-hearted effervescence,
jollity and camaradric!
1gg T'S true
JfcpL jr clothes
they go a
m igh ty
toward it. A well
dressed man gets con
sideration in this day
and age. If you den't
believe it, try getting a job
in baggy trousers. In a
suit you can rest assured
that you are dressed the
part of the successful
man of today.
LET US TAKE YOUR
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Pau Ka Hana Soap
Japan Seed Rice
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Omar Khayyam and
'A book of verses underneath the bough--"
'Course you don't have to have plain verses: a good story will do
even some "fish" stories; or you can tRke along some of the
popular magazines there's often a little Rood stuff in them he
sides the advertisements.
loaf of bread, and-
"Thon, beside me, singing in the Wilderness--"
Itagtnne or sacred Mings will do, though no one will cull Honolulu
Wilderness: that is, lie couldn't call it tlmt und get nway with it! But
it might have been a Wilderness if 1'IUMO l'ALK hadn't heen dii-covered I
"Oh, Wilderness were Paradise enow!"
Catch that! Omar KNKW tl,M place was going to be called the Para
dise of the Pacilie and that it would be more z( a Paradise because of
PRIMO PACK! 'Struth, too!
Primo Pale will help make any Wilderners a
OFFICIAL CALL FOR REPUBLICAN TERRITORIAL CON
VENTION TO BE HELD FEBRUARY 24, 1914,
Pursuant to a Resolution adopted by the Territorial Central Com
mittee of the Republican Party of the Territory of Hawaii, the Repub
hcan Precinct Clubs throughout the territory of Hawaii are hereby
notified to meet on the evening of the Second Day of February, at 7:30
o clock p. m. to make nominations
vention. The nominations shall be
and shall be filed in writing with the
persons so nominated shall be voted
held in each precinct on Saturday,
between the hours of 1 ana 7 o clock
The lerritorial Convention will
Hawaii, on Tuesday, the 24th day
the purpose of revising the Rules
manner as to conform to the provisions of Act 151 of the Laws of Ha
waii for the Year 1913. entitled, An Act to Provide tor the Nomina'
tion or Election of Candidates for Elective Offices by Direct Vote'
and tor such other business as may properlv be brought before it.
1 he numbers of Delegates to which each precinct club, under the
Rules and Regulations of the Republican Party, is entitled to send
to said Convention, are as follows:
DELEGATUS TO TERRITORIAL CONVENTION.
County of Hawaii,
County of Hawaii
Co snty of Hawaii
County of Matii
City and County
City and County
County of Kauai 6th Representative District 13
Total Number of Delegates 147
Roiikkt W. Shingmc,
Chairman Republican Territorial Central Committee.
Honolulu. December 30, 1913. Jan. 13. 20. 27.
Public Lands Question
(Continued from page 1)
would think tliey would enenurage to take
Now let us look at the facts in regard
to the Kapaa Lands. These land.-! have
lor yearn past heen in tin- possesion of
the Mukee Sugar Co., and any one that
knows anythingabout plantation manage
ment during tin- past ." years knows
that every piece of land that was eapable
of growing sugar at a profit has heen
cultivated right up to the handle, w that
any laud owned or under lease by a
plantation not in sugar was considered
unprolitahle for some reason. These lands
in the rae of Mebryde Sugar Co. were
-ehauged for good sugar land ow ned by
the oxeriiiueiit. and the same scheme
was w. ,rki-! out witli the Kapaa lands,
'xecpting the government laud now un
der lc;e-e to I'ineapide Co. anil sonic un
der li..rt lease to the Makec Sugar Co.
It i thie lands that were considered
impinlitahle for cane that are now onen
to hoini Meader. .More than half of this
area is broken up hy deep gulches, with
narrow ridges between theni, consequent
ly the loN on such land are much broken
and the viil is thin, with a small propor
tion of Mich lots lit to plow. Asfor roads.
I '"" are mum, then- are cattle trailH all
J over thi- country and these were followed
j hy ocarts in hauling llrewood from the
. mountains and there is nothing else in
the way of muds then today. Hegarding
j water you suy is then.. t is, true that
I some of the, i,,t hi. v. utreauw pausing
for Delegates to a Territorial Con
open from 7:30 to 8 o'clock p. m
Chairman of the meeting. The
for at the primary elections to be
the Seventh Day of February, 1914,
meet in Honolulu, Territory of
of February, 1914, at 10 a. m. for
and Regulations of the party in such
Third Fourth Fifth Sixth
County City and County County
of Maui, of Honolulu, of Kauai
1st Representative District 20
2nd Representative District 17
3rd Representative District 35
4th Representative District 31
5th Representative District 31
through them, hut the water all belongs
to the JIakee Sugar Co. the Governor
having sold the water rights to the Com
pany ltefore the tract was opened, the
H'ttfers, having no right to use the water
in any stream, even for household nur
poses, and they have heen so notified by
me company, unless mey pay a monthly
Now Mr. Kditor whether you know it
or not, these are all absolute facts, as
you can ascertain for yourself, by making
inquiries, and going on to the land and
seeing for yourself.
These are the tracts that the band
Dept. is straining itself to gel homcstuad-er-
on to, lands that during all these
years of profitable sugar, the plantations
under whose control they were (lid not
consider good enough to plant cane anil
used every ell'ort, successfully t o ex
change for splendid tracts of profitable
These are the lands, that according to
the land ollice and others are particular
ly suitable for homesteaders, yes hut not
lor mm 10 inane a success on. Tliey uie
particularly suitable for nitti to make a
lailure on which it seems to me has lcen
the main object i n the homcsteading
efforts to date on Kauai.
Now Sir, I only hope ournewtiovernor
who is well known as a level headed
man, capable of judging for himself, ami
carrying a policy through in spite of op.
position, will visit Kauai and look these
propositions over thoroughly for himself.
Thanking you for your valuable spaa.
I remain, etc.,
Tn n Ouimt Suns
Engine Fires Cane
What came near being a bad
cane-field fire occurred on Me
Bryde plantation last week, the
field being set afire by sparks from
a locomotive which was passing
The whole force of the plantation
turned out, but seven acres of cane
were burned over before the flames
were subdued. There was at one
time danger to some of the houses,
in one of the plantations camps,
but the fire-fighters were alike to
In Tine District Court Op
1-Ianai.ei. Island and County
Op Kauai Territory op Hawaii.
J. K. Farley, Assessor of Taxes
Fourth Division, Territory of Ha
K. W. Kinney, (non-resident-)
The Territory Op Hawaii:
To tup. high Sheripp of the
Territory of Hawaii, or his Deputy;
to the Sheriff of the County of
Kauai, or his Deputy or any Police
Officer in the District of Hanalei
County of Kauai. Greeting:
You ark herijdy commanded
to summon K. W. Kinney, if he
can be found in this District, to
appear before me, at my Court
room in Hanalei upon the 22nd.
day of December, 1913, at 11
o'clock a. m., there to answer un
to J. K. Farley, Assessor of Taxes
in and for the Fourth Taxation
Division of the Territory of Ha
waii, in a plea wherein the plaintiff
declares and says;
That the plaintiff above named
is the duly qualified, sworn and
Acting Assessor of Taxes in and
for the Fourth Taxation Division
ot the Territory of Hawaii:
For A Cause Op Action He
That said defendant is indebted
to the lerritory of Hawaii in the
sum of $4.80 for taxes assessed up
on the property of said defendant
on the books of the Assessor of
Taxes for the District of Hanalei
Fourth Taxation Division, Terri
tory of Hawaii, for the years 1913
And the said defendant, though
tiu'ieunto requested, has thus far
failed and neglected, and still doth
neglect and refuse to p a y the
same, or any part thereof
wnerctore, planum asks t o r
judgment against said defendant
for said sums, amounting to $4.80
together with ten (10) per cent
penalty in addition thereto, and in
terest thereon a n d advertising
costs, as by law provided, and for
costs herein incurred.
Notify the said defendant that
upon default to attend at the place,
day and hour above mentioned,
judgment will be tendered against
him, ex parte, by default.
Given under mv hand this 19th.
day of December 1913.
(Signed) Wm. Huddy.
District Magistrate cf Hanalei,
County of Kauai Territory of Ha
waii. I hereby certify the foregoing to
be a true and attested copy of the
original Summons in said cause,
and that said Court ordered publi
cation of the same, and continued
said cause until the 9th day of
February, A. d. 1914.
District Magistrate of Hanalei"
District County of Kauai.
In The Circuit Court Op The
Fipth Circuit Territory Op
In Probate At Chambers, No.
In the matter of the Estate of K. L.
Kahalaunui, of Waiinea, Kauai, d e -
OmiKii Or Nom-i: Ok Prnino.x 1'cit
Ai.ujwa.nc'i: Or Accounts, Hktiiiimixh
Titusr A.Ni) Dis-iitiiirnxii Tin: Ksr.vrK.
On reading and filing the petition and
accounts of Andrew K. U'oiki, of Vai
mea, Kauai, Territory ot Hawaii, Ad
ministrator of the Kstate of K. I,. Kaha
launui, of Waiinea, Kauai, deceased,
wherein petitioner asks to lc allowed
SSU.15 and charged with .-(iS.0S, and
aks that the same he examined and ap
proved, and that a final order Ihj made
of Distribution of the remaining property
to the persons thereto entitled and dis
charging petitioner and sureties from all
further responsibility herein.
It is ordered, that Saturday, the .th
day of February a. i. PJM, at 10 o'clock
A. m. letre the Judge presiding a t
Chambers of said court at his court room
in l.ihue, Kauai, Territory of Hawaii,
be and the same hereby is appointed the
time and place for hearing said petition
and accounts, and that all persons in
terested may then and there appear and
show cause, if any they have, why the
same should not he granted, and may
present evidence as to who are entitled to
the said property.
Dated the 17th day of January HIM.
(Seal) (Sgd.) Lvi.li A. Dicki:y,
Judge-of the Circuit Court of the Fifth
rn , f , lgd.) I). W.h.Ii:an,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of the Fifth
Jan. 0-7- ami Feb. 3-10.
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a 3mart dresser guided ty a k i! H
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'The Store for Good Clothes"
b'uprintendant (iibson, of the Depart
ment of Education, has found it impos
sible to arrange with t h e steamship
company so that teachers wishing to at
tend the Jlid-I'acific Carniv il might he
away from their schools only Thursday
and Friday, the lilth, and L'Oth of Feb
ruary. It has been decided, therefore,
that by teaching three Saturdays, either
before or after the Carnival, Kauai tea
chers will be allowed the preceding Wed
nesday also, making three school days
in all, in order that they may take the
regular Tuesday steamer to Honolulu on
In The Circuit Court Op The
Fifth Circuit, Territory Op
In Probal eat Chambers, No.
In the Matter of the Estate
John K.. Gandall, deceased.
Order Op Notice Op Petition
For Allowance Op Accounts,
Determing Trust And Distri
duting The Kstate.
Oi reading and filing the peti
tion and accounts of May Gandall,
Executrix of the Will of John K.
Gandall, deceased, wherein peti
tioner asks to be allowed $14,775.01
and charged with $13,S41.78, and
asks that the same be examined
and approved, and that a final or
der be made of distribution of the
remaining property to the persons
thereto entitled and discharging
petitioner and sureties from all
further responsibility herein:
It is ordered, that Wednesday,
the 25th day of February a. d.
1914, at 10 o'clock a, m. before
the Judge presiding at Chambers
of said court at his court room in
Lihue, Countv of Kauai, be and
the same hereby is appointed the
time and place for hearing said
petition and accounts, and that all
persons interested may then and
there appear .and show cause, if
any they have, vthy'the same
should not be granted, and may
present evidence as to who are en
titled to the said property.
Dated the 14th day of January
(vSgd.) Ivyie A. Dicicp.y,
Judge of the circuit court of the
(Seal) (Sgd.) D, Wm. Dean,
Clerk of the circuit court of the
Frear, Prosser. Anderson and
Marx, Attorneys for Executrix.
Jan. 20-27 Feb. 3-10.
Notice to Tourists
Port Allen is the best landing
port on Kauai. Gomes' 1914 Cad
dilac and Chalmers 7 and 5 seater
will meet you there with reliable
chauffeurs to carry you t o any
points of interest on Kauai. Ring
up 83 W, Day o r night always
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