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THE GAB DEN ISLAND. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 5. 13IS.
tands's colic into bad odor. Tie
i hundred homestead.
I I: h been trving to have till ' actioa of the police cSLcer it Pa-
tio plantations set aside person.ili- paalou dct aot seera to be tight, on
tie and form an independent gov- the face of the storr told bv the
ernment snpervised organisation to j visiting Kacatao.
! conserve and" distritate the witer.l One dar the week Eroairent
! I mention the two plantations, i WA3 driving aloice the bIt road on
T1I About Local Und AndlaAthevare theo1' rajia wires a pleasare trip. A he approached I Hawvi.
'ji w-ijjut .tlkj. uivc ujiii: n.ji t a covered cringe near lapaaloa, j; J-ianastcg traitor, ,
Ien.ses made larje amonntsof monevi aa,f before he started to crosA the ''morn. Lihrr, Hawaii
Oil KH1M TOPICS
STATEMENT OF THE OWN-!
F.RSHIP, MAN AG EM EN T. CIR-j
CULATION. ETC.. cf The Gai- j
lf.n Island. paMtshed weeklTit;
Lihne. Hawaii. re-iwirei bv thei
Act ol Acaast 2. IMi.
Ed. tor. L. D. Ti our Lih.'
; oct cf these government Lied. and huad-irt structure, he hearl
t , ,fu',4a3M' I rirrr a cprcaefcing horse gallop-
Governor "l,.Bnl.J; : The governor believes this poUcr! iB over the bridge. As the rider
to attend the Civic Convention Uir in)lwn4snt COT,tioa and f W4s oa&tn fast time Eroadhent
' a ,stteT dea'in Tt,t " distribution can and will te fcroagat tfcoogit it Letter to ptill to one side
;ecti, which wa latere to , . t d tb.,t tie !act0T, to. being : -,f r,r in.. ,.r
with great interest. unfortunate
ly the tetter wa. read in a part cf
a session when cnmp-rativeiv fe-w
Kanai people were present, for
which rta.v.n it is here predated
To the Chairman and Meml.ers cf
the Civic Convention.
Bnstne Manjrr. K C. Hvt- i
per. Linns. Halts :. j
Pnrlther. Tur. Gart.fn I,-lant,
PrM.:svrjiJfO Co , Irjr. ,. Lihn. Ha
waii. 0nc: Fa" her Ad jl'rr. Fair-
it about are
the gveraraasa i- , met:rg wth the fcorsenen haven. Ma , J. B
the incidental delava .
wherr in the tannel like fitidge.
The Kauai man stopped his car
Th. lirandl. Wains.
, tmst peace,-jiv.
' Trans nort.iLt'ja
I regret I am nniMe to Le prn,iacr. nt
eat at voar convention. . u.r... .
Oinz to a narked deScieacv ;a
income the latter 13 month. cf the
pait period, the adm;nirat:on sraj
for-'.ei to tne most rigid scratinv
and clcaes: economy .if expeadi
tire I think it will be conceded there
ha h?en msch accomplished and
that onr aavinz have not inter
fered with public service or wel
fare. The Terrrtorr of Hawaii eaiojs
and problems hare been verr trv-; ct &, he f0, but that I A. 5rmdfnt. Lihce.. !?aau:.
ijg and! have hit the homestead-1, no. d fcod fcr the P.rv!;e. Ktk.a. KirLr. B'..
evs and pihhc won'd feel wearT. orse swinairiz ?lon I naMwinKaka:'. H. : j'
There U. however, a priaapte io-j .aj the highest ft!owitiK ! Conev- L5h"- Hi Wm. Dm
voked that has to be fonght oat. I",.-.. Ci!.:r hi. th(5 9Utfm,. ih. i fH. Kckaha. Haalrr. C. 5.
lea.cn and shed the head-1 ''lbu"- - Ljrsv-
IlI.'Atenrft. Waipahtr. H.iw.iii: M..
er tl-.eses land
roil act. mast re a'-.jnsie-i to
a pubfic service ha.: and adminis
tration.. I be'.ieve the teres con:eme-i
'will vet ee the point and cher
fallv concede It.
Arable; Land Question.
'ihta and d:4 other damage.
As this Sf rt of thing does rot
go. era as a ra on th; Garden Is
land. Broadhent was a trifle jM:t( '.
(hue, Hawaii: H. P. Fni, Kel.tlia.
(Hawaii; J'hn Fas?th.. Kiptthala1.!
jllawaii; J. K. F.irliv,. KoToa,, Hi-
and he and his brother asked the
borsemain what in Hades he was
doing cilloping over the bridge
i. .:.ere is no
t-.m tne mt. azr terra.
of the tiirritorv.
; and hitting ir.r.ocent automob::e.
more trvisg sab; set t Iead c reaving in a manner
f T : J - : - z . .1 . a t
j; w.ti nave 5Taw)ifl?a a own
things a little, the horseman re-
The facts are a-i.:a- .t t e-trj-j. -irv tbat he was a p:ice officer
on bnr it eem as if a: hrae aai ;4,j that if the "bunch" did not
1 wan; l-rar.cis ijtv . .viatid.r. rta-
wr.ii; Mrs. G. Hizen. Kekaha.
Hawaii; A.G. Hime. Kfkahi. Ha
waii: K..C. Hopper. Lihne, Ha
waii; C. B. Hotgaird, Wiimea.
Hawaii; Hans Isenherg, Lihne,
Hawaii; E. A. Knadsen. Kekahi.
Hawaii; A. F. Knadsen. Kekaha.
! Kauai; Mrs. A. S. Knadsn. Keka-
abroad every on :. z-nzt en tats-, tike care be woaM
an ensnrpassed financial r sputa-, repea C45 anl til; tr.em to Uaupahce-
tion and standing." Her secariUe ' l - c-trapel!! to c-.-e-c:, Ncw that was about the limit,
have led the market. Her redemp-: arronons statements.. j aasi Bread: eat wondered what on
tion noIicT carried oat in face of. 0:1 t-- 5 , earth t'e cozM happen.
1 '.ha II.Ttraii-S. IT ITsert I-ihn- Ha-
pinch" the .::.T.- t.- xt.u, rt-,:., t-,.
a worid-wide hnancia
a-ided to her credit. i
This administitation. which has.
been keen in its forsiz'at ami.
policy, will continne to g::ari the
financial standing of the territory, i
Since the fiscal year has be-cf:a
cane land,, all I-rased. exesf tj
75j, bar in the conrs.; of two tif
fi-;e years mot cf rhera wi3 be!1
a-railable for aoatestea.iiag. Other:
arable lands total 57 acres, all'
a.adr-r lea.si. i
The pohreraan was asked whv
he. aa otacer, should gallop across
a bridge. He replied that he was
chasing ap a prif-oner whom he was i
onvevirg to the lockup. Upon be
in -j aiktd where the prisoners was.
-.me re-cjLess.y ca:m .;a:
and funds are more plentiful, a
large amoant cf public work is
being undertaken, and even it this
eariv date the results of the efiirts
of onr able superintendent of pub
lic works and those CQoriiinarinj
with him are obvious.
n,,i;. F,rtm serried berore ta.s iad we ceea
The conceotion of ear.'.i nroect :lliuT accent proposals pat be
ara can ce secar1
xea pastor i. .amis.
, but can onlv be dttj
, sarvev and aoc ty fret:
j The ad minis atioa i.
i trying to settle these
uai: O. Omsted, Est.. HoaolcIu.E.
Omstrad. R. VV. R. Purvis, Lihne.
Hawaii; Chas. A. Rice. Lihae. Ha
waii; Aubrey Robinson. Makawelt.
Hawa'i; A. H. Rice. Honolaln.
Hawaii: W. H. Rice, Lihue. Ha
waii; R. P. S; aiding. Kea'ia. Ha-
jwan; L.. U. iimmons. i-inue. Hi
jwaii: G.N. Wilcox. Lihtie. Ha
! waii; A. S. Wilcox. Lihae. Hawaii:
j he said that the can had gone on s w. Wilcftt. Lihae. Kanai: Mrs.
' i"-s r:r.'r tf.'fr !n 'tw-i tn th i . t tt-;i t :t it ::. i-
r hCbX, Llu.l. 111.... v.
roiai. while the ccp dropped in to!
' "T;see a friend aad have a svdawater.
''"! There was rather a heated conver
jT!sn fcr some time on the road
" . 1Z if.r of the damaged car
j laey cnn.vi a- na.u-.c-, -ee-, trcarht ap. The cop could cot
l- - r - r'--4 tt 'L ... . ....
ren to aivytaiag ana repeatea n:
threat tc arrest the bench.
H. Wilcox. Lihue. Hawaii: Mrs.
A. S. Wilcox. Lihae. Hawaii
Known bondholders, mortgagees,
and other security holders, hold-
-vni.-t taeu mtgat ;
is of the most advanced rypr ami t,ire ::9
involves the highest class construe- :l temporary
mitti snnm'--i1 rMif TT ,-- ! OPtiU CH .CU at 'd: . trt Ci.iT CO
Mull nun i.i.uuiiu..iii . ijl-
tunatelv the' administrative forces to t!ie pr: p'.es -.nvoed.
of the territorv are exenipiifyiivg
the value of '"lass taking ami iinre
doing." Almost every depa:tmi;iir
and bureau is working with excel
lent spirit and application.
The only territorial public work
of moment on Kacai is the Waimea
wharf, which has been delayed be
cause the government did not pos
sess the wharf site. This will, I
think, I adjusted verv short! 7.
when construction can begin.
The island of Kauai is a very
self contained island and its citi-
I trust A.a::a. m.iv coar.nni as
pro?r.ir-.':s as the island is beaat:
th:l, tliar its rsi lents mav coatir.ee
to n;ov the happy ne: ghborly so
ciety cliaract eristic of the place,
ar.d continue ro prove that village
ing 1 per cent cr nor? of total
amount of bonds, mortgagees, or
i Tee Gardes Island Publish-
.as party tcc-ite cr. aiter a wc:.e;ING Co Ltd.. has no bonds.
and. later on, Brcadbent went to ' mortgages.sex-urities r.cr ot'nr oat-Lacp-ahcehct
to interview the de-stacdii.-g indebtttr.ess of any
patv s a erf 5. The Karai man jnst
arrivel ia time to witness the mak-;
the aries: ,
ont c: a warrsnt
amocnt or nature.
K C. H ?PE8.
S vorn to and su!--r:Ved Vtfore
life holds more c: hap-
I feel I miv prematurely con
gratulate you on this meetir.i,
which cannot fail of success.
.fost si ace? el v,
fS-gi.J Lrcrrs 11. Piskham.
Governor of Hawaii
i- pcrtv on achirg of heedless , r.te this 3;th
driving! Then thereensued a few; 1915.
more streauius moments while the
Ka'iaiaas wondered if they would i
:ea out and shot or sentenctd
iv of September,
G. KAi :.rKor,
tojul for lift
The deputy sherifi !
; had to "'protect'
; Lihue. Hawaii.
;act body .
BRQADBENT AFOUL i
OF A HAWAII COP
zenship a practically co;
able to execute its will.
i ne lsiana resources rre large
and average stability and prosper
ity prevails, hence the conr.ty gov
ernment is well supported f.nan-l
ciall y as well as having sound men
for the various county offices. j
The real problems are those of
disposition of public lands and the
conservation and utilization of
government waters, aud the pro':,-'
lem of transportation. !
It is too early to discuss the
.1 . . . . ' i hometear!er and homrsteading and
ai thfv nn tint rf.mf- in.tr, fc
ment pssession until lOia-lJO.
The real problem is the lands on
the east side of Kauai adjacent to
the Maket and Lihue plantations
hbj off.ers. Broadbent wanted to
know if "protection" meant giving
the cor a license to gallop over
innocent viiitors from the other is-iist and Manufacturing Optician of
lands, demige their cars a n d Fort & Ktzetaul Sts. Honolu'ti.
threatened then with arrests if thev is coming to Kauai on October 5th
iand will remain tor shout a week.
, Those desiring 1 5 have their eves
lined and fitted with glasses
one nor.tr. 5 vacation
, ,..9. ........ .....
; fav dropp:ng talk about sueing the
Kauai ApOStle Of Law and cop for the damans done to the
oar. Broadbtr.t said that he could
ford to hang around Hawaii
kicked against the outrages.
.-.s tnere seemed to r-e notcicgi
to do but square the matter some-iexa
how. and as Broadlent only ' has' t0 avoi'! !tIav rr'av make anoint-
1 . i IJ TT T If
. v - irr.rry v:e nereis riV a'Jcrtssir.K n. v. rioc,
s settled ! General Delivery. Lihue. Kauai.
All patients who have received
Order Strikes An Unex
V.. H. W. Broadbent, manager
of "lrovr Farm, arch friend of the
' all-round food citi.en, had a rare
j experience with the country police
I of the island of Hawaii a few davs
(ago, from all accounts. He toi'eth-
and constituting a part of their -cane
lands, amounting to somei
4621 actes, and such other lands
as can be homsteaded.
All the lands are entitled tothfir
share of government water.
Amount of Water in Doubt.
The amount of water has been
variously estimated. The tables
and figures of the bureau of hyd
rography are so scientific in terms
they have to be interpreted to se
cure a commercial basis for com
prehension and action.
The government has not the
necessary money to conserve and
distribute these waters, and i t
could not well adapt itself to the
er with members of hi? immediate"
family and his brother, is making
until the case could be settled.
The Broadbent car had, in the
meantime, been repaired and a
fresh start from Papaaloa was de
cided upon. Then Manager Hutchin
son tried to help matters by turn
ing the car around for his visitors.
There was a crash and bang went
another twenty dollars worth of
lamps. Hutchinson suggested that
I a tour of the big island
over one of his cars from L'hue
I for the purpose. The storv of whit
: happened is told in the following
from the Hawaii Herald, a news-.
paper published at Hilo: :
! There is one Kauai man at least I
who is wondering what on earth!
: may happen to him before he gets
the Kauai party remain for a few
i off the island of Hawaii. He is
I Manager Broadbent of Grove Farm,
j Kauai, and he and his family had !
j been on this island for some weeks
(taking in the sights and looking'
I over the cane fi elds. ;
! Mr. Broadtent, who is also ac
more davs and take some side trips
but Broadbent smiled and remark
ed that he thought he had bettei
leave the Hamakua coast while he
had some car left. He intends to
see some of Kona and Kau and he
needs the car. The Kauai man's
friends hope that he will not meet
with any further pilikia while on
the other side of the island.
Governor I'mkham has signed
Kauai Land Patent (Grant), to
varvintr circumstances of seasons. : companies by a brother who hails ...... raiian for lo. vQ 13. 0mao.
cultivation, and individual notions from New Zealand, tells of an in- Kona; Manuel Santos Andrade,
in applying the water to say two cident that seems to throw this is-'lot N'o. 93, Kalahto, Kona.
glasses from us and were told that
their eyes had to be retested please
make appointments by addresing
our Honolulu office. All patients
between Waimea and E'ctle may
make appointments '.vith Makaweli
H. K. Hoi-k,
Eye Sight Specialist.
CB.-1? : j
!'i l.n Ui.t H!.l.
i' The- Falrview)'
T.vntv-twj' jy;:i5t r'.njm
I.t Maitt Bitirdta.5
Thr Airy Cottages
Culsin-i aaixcttHed tao.iantrv
W. H. Rice, Jr,
ranch at Moloaa, of about 60
acreas, house, cattle and horses,
and interest in hui land. For par
ticulars inquire of M. R, Souza.
Moloaa, Post office. Kealia. Advt.
Some very rare Japanese Gold
fish, 75 to $10.00 each. Inquire
of Fukunaga the Barber, back of
Lihue Store. Advt.
Kauai ladies visiting Honolulu
should call at the Fleur de Lis
(under Blaisdell Hotel, first door
in Chaplain lane) for hairdressing.
shampooing, manicuring and scalp
I'll do your
IVnnit tin- to In? jour Iiircliii
iti Asrri in Honolulu, btijivjr
ny irtic'c 'bat you tlwire, bI'.
.Tnti-fy mith'-nt Hiijr rliri f"r rt
rvuv. f).-riU- vi.ut M v.iiT',
an.,t If! ! f rarcful in tin- lil y
imf y-nr-If. i'cl." wi.t on i.p
prvitl. a I am vry faiuilir
MonntntS. I will nrfi mini;y clu j..
r.ht fvai'"1 ''' vNit tin- city.
MRS. JESSIE W. GOETZ
t P-x I'lmli'' .Ml'J.
2iV alm Av. , Hotvlii!i'..
Wiivlnw addrt" "ShopfK-r".
everything in tiikr
Silver and Gold Line.
Rich Cut Glass and
Merchandise of the
Best Quality Only.
P. O. Box 342 Honolulu
When You Come To Honolulu .
Or ship freiiht from or to the City, you require the ser
vices of Reliable Expressmen. We meet all steamers from Ka
oat art ! are prepared to respond promptly to calls from Kauai
people at the hotels or elsewhere, or to carry out orders by mail.
Mail instructions jast as good as personal interviews. Give us
year orders aai we will do the rest.
We are backed bv oar reputation for promptness and re
liability. THE RELIABLE TRANSFER COMPANY,
M. E. Gomes, Jr.' Proprietor, Honolulu.
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bays and sells
REAL ESTATE and
STOCKS and BONDS
and rents SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES
Fort and Merchant Sts.
All the Big
If yea itteaJ izr cf the
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toil xzt Dan aim'.t tr.var.aDlT l
cwli the REACH OFFICIAL
AMERICAN LEAGUE BALL.
Cc.ttC c won't tive aavthir.e
but the EEo . liii'i why they ill ui
CoUex tr.r kto- too tht u.e fceach EaU hsi b?n .doptut by the
Armcis uifM for ten vtin. nl it the CJ.cial League Hall. No other
Tto teacfc Irae-urli m mM S.wllm C fa Is . zranlM at anlit II ..h..
bow. arm amde r jw mmty lack (exorM m galls u BjU oiUer tl.Mi.
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for the Territory of Hawaii
C. W. SPITZ, Prop.
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Automobiles to all Parts of Kauai,
all hours, Day and Night
Autos and light machinery repaired.
Plumbing and gas fittings. Agents for Fisk
and Goodrich Tires and Tubes, Chalmers,
Ford, Studebaker, Velie,. Federal and
Agents for the Inter Island Steam Navigation
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