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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 13. 1914
By en conn
Following is a summary of the
various resolutions adopted by the
Civic Convention a t the recent
session, held at Wailuku, Maui:
"That roads of vital importance
in Hawaii be set apart as 'territo
rial roads,' which should receive
the support of special funds or tax
es and of the territorial government;
that territorial road boards be ap
pointed for each county and each
county emplov a competent engi
neer to supervise the road work;
that the appointment of employees
working upon territorial roads be
under civil service rules in order to
secure the highest degree of effi
ciency; that a committee of five be
appointed to draft a law embody
ing the provisions of the resolution
for presentation before the 1915
legislature." Resolution presented
by Lorrin A.Thurslon;coniinittee -
Lorrin A. Thurston.- Eric A.
Knudsen, D r. George Huddv,
George R. Cartel and H, B. Pen
hallow. "That the convention endorses
the efforts of the Chamber of Com
merce of Honolulu and the Hono
lulu Ad. Club in their cooperation
with and assistance of the territo
rial and county administrations in
perfecting the accounting and
cost-finding systems of the territo
ry and county." Resolution pre
sented by Wallace R. Harrington.
"That the convention cordially
endorses the measures taken by
officers of the territorial govern
ment in requiring an intelligent
placing of public utilities in the
"That the convention approves
of and endorses a policy that prop
er main roads be speedily built and
maintained throughout the agri
cultural sections of these islands
where such proper ioads do not
now exist." Resolution presented
by V. A. Baldwin.
"That the convention urges up
on the 1915 iegislature that the
present laws relating to health and
sanitation be amended so that such
matters may be placed under the
exclusive jurisdiction of the terri.
torial authorities." Resolution in
troduced b y Albert Waterhonse.
"That the convention appoint a
committee of five to invite a move
ment for the purpose of interesting
capital in establishing tourist ho
tels throughout the islands." Re
solutions introduced b y Albert
Waterhonse. Committee Wallace
R. Earring ton, Albert Waterhonse,
Worth O. Aiken, J. M. Lvdgate
and Eugene Deyo.
"That the convention cordially
indorses the activities of H. Good
ing Field, the Promotion Commit
tee and the members of the Hawaii
Tuna Club in the development of
game fishing in the waters of these
islands." Resolution introduced
by Wallace R. Farringtou.
"That the financial support of
promotion should come in a large
measure in the future from the
treasury of the territory ana from
the various counties." Resolution
introduced by Ed. Towse.
"That every delegate will, dur
ing the ensuing year, if the same
streets of our cities and towns, to I be provided bv the Promotion
the end that there shall be the least Committee, enclose at least one
possible disturbance of the stir- piece of island literature in each
faces of streets and roadways " letter sent by him beyond the is
Resolution presented by Wallace lands." Resolution introduced by
R. Farrington. lid. Towse.
OF AMERICA AND
Continued from September 29.
Leaving Paris by the morning ' came over tne spirit of Germany
train we had a pleasant ride
through beautihil farms and wood
land scenes and . in the afternoon
we reached the old town of Cologne-famous
for the scented toilet
water and magnificent Cathedral.
We found a comfortable hotel
not far from the station and vt
once paid a visit to the Cathedral.
Unfortunately they were celebrat
when Bismark took charge.
Late in the afternoon we reached
Berlin and felt quite at home a
gain and as our rooms at Pension
Naumani were not quite ready lor
us we went to the pleasantly situ
ated Bristol Hotel lying on Miterden
Linden and where they serve some
of the nicest little dinners: fnr n
ing some feast day and spectators ... r ,
wer,. not n1!n,,.,l !... . ldo,lal that "0U C' filul aV WllCfC
niptnrpc n, -.it.,. .,:..!.: r ' in the world.
exceeding great value. I offered
the custodian the usual pass but
What a change the cold weary
nays were gone, tlie streets wei
he refused it. Then I told him how j full of people enjoying the weathe
far I had come to see it and had to aml all the tr,es were fu of
go on next day and it might be 1 , . , t. , , ,.
never again for me but all he aaid ; Ie:,veiaild tlie households wcr
was "you are not the onlv one-;". ! " Ul"e Ulcir Wll,d"vs lvllh l)ots
A splendid new stone bridge 1 a'ul hoxcs of b"B,lt flwers.
now span the river and a drive a-! lllc hotels were full of tourists
cross was quite worth while. The ' and with tl e Norwegian Centennial
view of the city and Cathedral celel
have been improved by the new
Metallic System; we
are at your service
under the old numbers, viz:
141 Office and Manager
142 Grocery Department
Note the following change:
82 Meat Market
a separate line having been installed to improve
Man it k'i r ki ks' Agent
KAUAI CORRESPONDENCE INVITED
Office: 11aiian HoTKl,
O. Box 524 HONOLULU
S CALIFORNIA FEED CO.
5 Hay, Gkain and Chicken 8
Sole Agents for fl
Iiitfriiatiniml Stork. Poultry I'nuil $
.iii'l ntlicr oiifiiilti(s. Arabic fur o
B enolinj.' Iron Ifouf. IV talninii In-
8 ciiliatin - iiml IiI'imhUt.-. b
King's Si'KciAi. Chick Pood B
g P. O. Box 452, Honolulu jj
vie o mm u9e mssooa atttaoaa
Two seater and double rum
ble Overland automobile in good
condition. Will sell for cash very
J. Fassoth, Makaweli.
INSECT EXTERMINA- fi
a Positively Non-Poison-
a ous. f
Roaches, Ants, Pleas, i
Chicken Lice, etc., are effect- g
uallv and absolutely destroy- ,
ed by the use of TALBOT'S
8 These are in powder form,
are convenient to handle, ab
a solutely odorless and are
8 guaranteed to do the work.
TRY ONE AND END YOUR
Come in sizes, 25',50',Sl.OO
S. Tlif llull-fiil luu-f;liv
Kin' St. I lulliillllll
In Thk Circuit Court. Fiitii
CIRCUIT, TliRRTTOTY OK
In thk matter oi' tiiu drawing
OK NAMES OK l'KKSONS TOSKKVK
AS GRAND JURORS AND TRIM.
jurors at thk Novum niiKTi: km
ORDER FIXING TIMK AND place
OK DRAWINGS and directing
1'UMLICATION OK NOTICK T1IERK
OK. It is hereby ordered that draw
ings of the names of the persons
t.. serve as GRAND and TRIAL
JURORS at tlie November term
1914 of this Court be held at 9:00
o'clock A. ji. on Friday, October
23rd. 1914, in the Court Room of
this Court at the County Building
l at Liluie, County of Kauai.
n.it.:!, Lihuc. Kauai, October
(Sgd) Lvi.K A. Dick i v.
Judge Circuit Court Fifth Circuit.
! D. W.m. Dkan,
; Clerk Circuit Court' Fifth Circuit.
Oct. 13th. and 20th.
with the beautiful Rhine flowing
between us for a foreground (this
is sort of Irish) was very Rood.
As earlier in the year our cry had
been"On to Paris". now it was" On
to Berlin"with its long spring days
and the trees all bursting out in
foliage so we were off again early I
and travelling. All day we were
surprised to see t h e enormous
growth of German manufactures.
Everywhere we looked we could
see the tall chimneys of factories
xt .. .. :.. , awav. How lrtfti ! utiwlont
new uiius cic in me course oi , v-
construction and new railroad spurs ' Klm)IH'ni affairshe waslSul sequent
and sidings were being built to the! cve,lts lave proven that he knew
new factories It was a busy scene. 1 w,,nt he WM talki about .
The train sped through old Han
over and I thought of the Hessian!
and Hanover troops that went to
fight for Kuglaiid against thc A small boy, aged l'j yt-.ir,
Americans awav back in 1776 and sou of Manuel Rego, a road labor
compared that to the Spirit o f I r, fell into the river near Ahukim
Modern Germany. Surely a change last Weduetlrty and was di owned
thousands' of Norwegians back to
theii fatlurland for tlie summer
prospects seemed good for a grand
I tourist season. Yet with all this
J seeming prosperity, there was con
jsiderable unrest and talk of war,
and mv old teacher. Herr Prof. I
I Zimmerman, principal of a huge'
' gymnasium in Moabit told me that '
I Hie moment there w a s fresh
.trouble in the Balkans there would
be a general European war right
Baby Is Drowned
Twenty-two elegant rooms
In Main Building
Three Airy Cottages
Cuisine unexcelled in country
W. H. Rice, Jr.,
Wholesale and Retail Groceiies
Dry Goods of all Descriptions.
Real Estate and Insurance
NO. 125 131 MERCHANT ST.
P. O. Bos No 594 Honolulu
nlMl K !ii !'
: u v- I i:i:-ii '
BENSON, SMITH & CO., LTD.
-I I'll. Ilunuliilil
;iti Mini Hun Hun- i'i.V i t
Mill. Churulut. - "in, -in.ill
liu .i . !i..m . i-t.i:
(lu this column, continuing until
election dav, will appear the cards
of candidates for the Hawaiian
Legislature. Voters are urged to
read them over carefully each
week, and- act accordingly).
FOR THE SENATE
Sept. 15, 1914.
To The Voters Of Kauai:
I wish to extend my sincere
thanks to the voters of Kauai for
the s u p p o r t given me in the
primary for the Republican nomina
tion for the Senate.
I feel that I can rely upon mv
past record in the Senate as a legi
timate and reasonable basis of ap
peal to the voters of Kauai for their
support at the polls in November
Very truly yours,
E. A. Kntdskn.
1M ,1 II ('t)M-n
FOR THE LEGISLATURE
To the Voters of Kauai:
I beg to acknowledge, with
thanks, the support given me in
all tlie precincts in the primary for
the nomination on the Republican
ticket for the House.
Soliciting your individual and
united support, in the campaign,
and at the polls in November, I am.
J. H. Conky,
Representative Sixth District.
Sept. 15. 1914.
FOR THE HOUSE OF
To the Voters of Kauai:
I take this occasion to thank
everyone who voted for nic in the
primary and gave me the nomina
tion as a Republican candidate for
the House of Representatives.
If elected, I promise the people
of this island a vigorous and in
telligent administration of their
I solicit your support and votes
at the regular election in Novem
ber. Sincerely yours,
Jamks K. Kui.a
Koloa, Kauai. Sept. 15, 1914.
Der Laudsturm ist (lurch Kaiser
liche Verordnung aufgeooten. Aus
geunoiiinicn sind Landsturmpfli
chtige unter zwanzig Jahron, die
noch nicht niilitaerpflichlig sind,
ferner NICHT ausgebildete Land
sturnidflichtige ueber neun und
dreissig Jahre. Alle hiernach Auf
gerufeneu haben sich beim naech
sten Konsulat zu nielden und sind
wenu irgend inoeglich auf Taug
lichkeit zu untersuchen. Hire
Rueckkelir nach Deutschiand er
folgt erst auf weitere Weisung
Vorstehender Aufruf ist heute
auf dem Kaiserlich Deutschen Kon
sulat eiugetioficn, und wird letz
terzs Auskunft bereitwilligist ertei
len. Giio. Rodikk,
In run Circuit Court. Fifth
Circuit. Territory ok
At Chambers-In Probate
In the Matter of the IvUnt'e of
David Kealahula, decencnri
Order of Notice of Heaiinu- Pe.
tition for Administration.
On reading and filing ,le J)etJ.
tbn of Willinm 3acle of Koloa,
Kauai, Hawaii alleging that David
Kealahula of Riverside, California
died intestate at Sacramento, Cali
forma, on the 15th day of October.
A. D. 1911, leaving property hi
the Hawaiian Islands necessary
to be administered upon, and pray
iK that Letters of Administration
issue to him.
It is ordered that Saturday, the
31st. day of October A. D 9ii
at 10 o'clock A. M.. be and here
by is appointed for hearing said
Petition in the Conn tj
Court at Lihue, Kauai, at " which
time and place all persons concern
ed may appear and show cnus.'f
any they have.
' i CllllOll
should not be granted.
Dated at Lihue. Kauai, Se'ptem
ber 23rd. 1914.
(Sgd.) LYMi A. DlCKIvY,
Judge of the Circuit fnun nt
(Sgd.) n. vv. tii.'ax.
Clerk of the Circuit Court nf u,
Sept. 29th. October 6-13-20.
Statijjiknt Ok Thk Ownkr
''iiii', Managkmknt, Circula
tion, Etc., ok "Tin; Garden
island" published weekly T ?.
hue. Hawaii, reouired bv tlm2nf
of August 24, 1912.
Editor, L. D. Timmons. r.il,P
Managing Editor, L. D. Tim
mons, Lihue, Hawaii,
Business Manager, K. C. Hoo
per, Lihue, Hawaii.
Publisher, Tin; Garden
i.And Puiu.isniNci Co.. Ltd Ti.
Owners: Mrs A, S. Knudsen
Kekaha, Hawaii, E. A. Knudsen.
Kekaha, Hawaii, A. F Knudsen.
Kekaha Hawaii, J. H. Conev, Li
hue Hawaii. H. P. Fayc, Kehaha,
Hawaii. G. N. Wilcox, Lihue, Ha
waii, A. S. Wilcox, Lihue, Hawaii;
S. W. Wilcox, Lihue, Hawaii, W.
II Rice, Lihue, Hawaii, C. A.
Rice. Lihue, Hawaii, Mrs. R, I,.
Wilcox, Lihue, Hawaii, f. Brandt.
Waimea. Hawaii, C. S. Dole, Li
hue, Hawaii, E. de Lacey, Lihue,
Hawaii, Francis Gay, Makaweli,
Hawaii. Aubrey Robinson, Maka
weli. Hawaii, Hans Isenberg,
hue, Hawaii, R. p. Spaldingi'Kea
lia, Hawaii, K. C. Hopper. Lihue,'
Known bondholders, nmrtno.
nilf! nHlr cnmi . ... X
. !.mUv uoiuers. no i itifcr
. . . '
per cent or more of total nmni,f
of ootids, mortgages, or other
W, H. Rice. Lihue. ITr,;;
u. i-airciiikl, Honolulu, ti
E. A. Knudsen, Kekaha, Hawaii!
nans isenberg. Lihue. Hnu.:,ii a
S. Wilcox, Lihue, Hawaii, Aubrey
Kooinson, Aiakaweli, Hawaii, A.
F. Knudsen, Kekaha, Hawaii
Mrs. A. S. Knudsen. Jt-ni,'
Hawaii, G. N. Wilcox, r.il,.,-'
t T V T I
uawau, n. v. Kaye, Kekaha,
wan, Francis Gay, Makaweli,
waii. S. W. Wilcox, Lihue '
waii, R. P. Spalding, Kealia,
K. C. HopnjjK,
Jiusmess Manager, G I
Sworn to and subscribed before
e this 29th. day of September,
J. Mahiai KANEAk-iTA
Notary Public. 5tli iiiit;n.-i m
I i ue iioiioniiu v-onsiiuciion x
Draying Co. Ltd., Owners of Haw-man
Ivxpress Co. and Nieper's
Express, solicit the handling of
your baggage upon arrival at Ho-
1 nolulit. Our men meet all Kauai
Steamers and special attention is
paid to Kauai baggage Prompt
1 and Reliable delivery. Advt.
cuit, T. II.
The L'hue Tennis Club, at its
meeting last Monday decided to
Play off a Married Men vs. Single
Men's double tournament A n -nounceiiient
was made of a possi
ble early arrangement of a tourna
ment with the Makaweli chanipi
ous both in mixe(1 a t,