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THE GARDEN ISLAND. TUESDAY, MARCH 21, 1)16.
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FOR THE ISLANDS
(Special Wothington corretponJenct of 'CHE
Washington. D. C. Feb. 28.
Delegate Kalanianaole hai intro
duced the following bill providing
for the establishment of a naval
and aviation academy in Hawaii.
That the Secretary of the Navy
of the United States be, and he Is
hereby, authorized .empowered, and
directed to purchase or otherwise
acquire a site within the Territory
of Hawaii at such point as he may
determine best adapted for the
purpose, and to construct and fully
equip thereon a naval and avia
tion academy, and to maintain and
operate the same as a naval and
aviation academy for the training
and education of cadets to fit them
to become officers in the Naval
Establishment of the United States
Sec. 2. The cadets shall bead
mitted to the said academy in ac
cordance with the laws, rules, and
regulations governing the admis
sion of cadets to the United States
Naval Academy at Annapolis.
Sec. 3. That all the rights,
privileges, and duties secured to
or prescribed upon the cadets of
the United States Naval Academy
at Annapolis by law, rule, or reg
ulation shall, so far as practicable,
be secured or prescribed upon the
cadets of the naval academy here
Sec. 4. That for the purpose
of carrying out the provisions of
this Act, the Secretary of the Navy
is hereby authorized to make all
needful rules and regulations not
Inconsistent herewith, and there is
hereby appropriated, out of any
mney in the Treasury not other
wise appropriated, the sum o
The following is the full text of
the announcement of the British
royal commission on sugar supply
to restrict. imports, regulate con
sumption and assist tonnage and
"Owing to the great shortage
of tonnage and the consequent
necessity of deciding what propor-
ion of the amount available shall
be allocated to sugar requirements,
having regard to the claims of
other articles of import and to the
demands o f the public service,
the Royal Commission on the Su
gar Supply finds that it will be
necessary during the coming
months to restrict the importation
of sugat within narrower limits
than have hithertoubtained. The
supplies of sugar at disposal for
consumption will therefore be ap
"If due care is exercised and in
dividual consumption is kept with
in reasonable limits, such restric
tion will not cause anything in the
nature of a shortage of adequate
supplies of these foodstuffs, and
will afford no ground fot an in
crease in prices. A reduction in
consumption will afford material
assistance in solving the problem
of tonnage and will in this way
help to keep down the prices of
other commodities. Moreover, as
all sugar consumed here is import
ed from abroad, economies in its
use will tend to influence rates of
exchange in favor ofthis country."
WHAT HAPPENED TO
(Special Wathington correspondence of THE
GARDEN ISLAND. )
Washington, D. C. , The
House Committee on Territories
while considering the bill to ex
tend the franchises of the Hono
lulu gas and electric light com
panies, so as to permit them to
extend their lines to Sc ho field
Barracks and other military posts,
were advised by Representative
Oglesby that during his recent vi
sit here Commissioner Forbes had
informed him that legislation ex
tending the franchises was not
needed because the companies had
no intention of extending their
lines to Schofield Barracks. The
inference drawn from this state
ment was that the legislation was
simply required to prevent the es
tablishment of rival companies in
Honolulu In view of the state
ment made by Mr. Forbes and the
suggestion that the operation ot
the gas and electric light com
panies be placed under control o
the Public Utilities Commission of
the territory, the proposal was
made to amend the pending bills
to carry this proposal into effect
and Representative Hamilton of
Missouri asserted that if the gas
and electric light companies should
decline to accept the proposed
legislation he would introduce
bill to forfeit their franchises. Ef
forts to have the matter adjusted
are being made by Mr. McClellan
who is acting as the representative
of the Honolulu commercial bodies
in assisting the delegate in his
legislative work. It is believed
that the Committee can be con
vinced that the gas and electric
companies of Honolulu are acting
in good faith in their desire to
have their franchises extended
ana upon tne estabiisnment o
!his fact, favorable action will be
taken upon the pending bills.
The Public Utilities Commission j
of Hawaii will begin an invetiga-
tion of the affairs of the Waiahi
Electric Company, Limited, under;
the provisions of Section 2225 of,.
the Revised Laws of Hawaii, 1915, i
on Wednesday, April 5. 1916. on
which day at 2 p. m.. a public
hearing will be heM in the Com
mission's office, Kauikeolani Build
ing, Honolulu, T. H., and from
time to time thereafter, of which
notice will be given, as the inves
tigation mav require
is invited to attend such meetings
and to present anv matter perti
nent to such investigation. Formal
and informal complaints will be
assigned special davs fcr hearing.
Form of formal complaints and the
requirements as to informal com
plaints may be had by applying to
the Commission's office by mail or
PUBLIC UTILITIES COM
MISSION OF HAWAII.
By its Chairman,
Charles R. Forbes
Honolulu. T. H.. March 10. 1916.
March 14-21-28 April 4.
:In The Cjkciit Coi kt. Fifth
! CiKciiTi Territory op
Tax Assessor J. K. Farley re
turned Wednesday morning from
Honolulu where he had been at
tending a meeting o f the tax
The following deeds have been
filed at the bureau of conveyances
in Honolulu, affecting property on
ANTONE GOLSALVES & WF to
Helen Sniffen, Mahele 1 R P
5152 Kul 3333Kapaaloa, Wailu
ku. Maui. Feb 14. 1916. $100.
to Samson D Z lfaahielua Jr: 2
pes land Makaweli &c Kauai.
Mar 6. 1916. love & affection.
MANUEL JULIO & WF to Law
rence Clement; Lot 12 L P 6477:
Koloa, Kauai. Nov 8, 1915.
ANTONE M VIDINHA &WFto
Lawrence Clemente; int in hui
land Mabaulepu, Koloa, Kauai.
Mar 2, 1916. $458.
MAHA & HSB to Wm H Rice
R P 3695 Kul 5422 Kipu. Lihue.
Kauai. Mar 11, 1916. $110.
NOENOE K UKAUKA & HSB
to Wm H Rice R. P 3696 Kul
5395 Kipu. Lihue, Kauai. Mai
11, 1916 $250.
CHARLES BLAKE & WF to
Bishop & Co; Lot 27 L P 6523
Lawai, Koloa, Kauai. Jan 3,
H. S. Truscott, superintendent
of the Hawaiian Sugar mill at Ma
kaweli, has applied for a patent
on a new type of calandria pan of
his own invention. A pan embody
ing his ideas has been installed at
Makaweli and is doing remarkable
A 21-ton "strike" of sugar was
finished in less than three hours
with seven and a half pounds of
steam on the calandria and twenty
three to twenty-five inches vacuum
in the pan. The time of being
sugar in the Truscott single calan
dria pan is thus very short, and
the general adoption ot his inven
tion by sugar mills will materially
increase their capacity. Adver
A bright boy for office work.
Apply in own handwriting, giv-
ing reierencis, cnance tor promo
Box 64, LIHUE
Fleur de Lis, ladies' hairdress
ng, shampooing, manicuring and
scalp treatment. All kinds of hair
work. Under the Blaisdell Hotel,
first door in Chaplain lane. Hono
The Public Utilities Commission
of Hawaii will begin an investiga
tion of the affairs of the Kauai
Telephonic Company under the
provisions of Section 2225 of the
Revised Laws of Hawaii, 1915, on
Wednesday, April 5, 1916, on
which day at 2 p. m , a public
meeting will be held in the Com
mission's office, Kauikeolani
Building, Honolulu, T. H.. and
from time to time thereafter, of
which notice will be given, as the
investigation may require. The
public is invited to attend such
meetings and to present any mat
ter pertinent to such irivestig-ition.
Formal end informal complaints
will be assigned special days for
hearing. Form of formal com
plaints may be had by applying to
the Commission's office bv mail or
PUBLIC UTILITIES COM
MISSION OF HAWAII.
By its Chairman,
Charles R. Forbes.
Honolulu,. T. H., March 10.
July A. D. Term.
TERRITORY OF HAWAII. by
Arthur C. Wheeler, Acting Super
intendent of Public Works
Plairtiff and Petitioner
Annie S. Knudsen, Augustus F.
Knudsen, Arthur S. Knudsen, by
Bishop Trust Company Ltd, his
Guardian: Eric A. Knudsen, Ida
E. Von Holt, Maud Gatstin, H.
t 'rn TIrW Trltrta VstnanS
. 1 iS. Ozaki, Francis Gay, Aubrey
Robinson, Jane R. Gay and Mrs.
Aubrey (Helen) Robinson, co
partners doing business under the
firm name and style of Gay &
Robinson, Kekaha Sugar Company
Ltd. Waimea Sugar Company Ltd,
John Doe, Marv Doe. and Richard
Roe. unknown owners and claimants.
Defendants and Respondents.
Alias Term Summons.
THE TERRITORY OF HA
WAII: To the high Sheriff of the Terri
tory of Hawaii, or his Deputy; the
Sheriff of the County of Kauai, or
You are commanded to summon
Annie S. Knudsen, Augustus F
Knudsen, Maud K. Garstin, John
Doe, Mary Doe and Richard Roe,
defendants, in case they shall file
written answer within twenty days
after service hereof, to be and ap
pear before the said Circuit Court
at the July 1916 Term thereof, to
be holden at Lihue. County of
Kauai, on Wednesday the 5th day
ot July next, at 10 o clock A. M.
to show cause why the claim of
The Territory A Hawaii, plaintiff
should not be awarded to plaintiff
pursuant to the tenor of its com
And have you then and there
this writ with full return of your
Witness the Honorable Lyle A.
Dickev, Judge of the Circuit Court
of the Fifth Circuit, at Lihue, this
17th day of January, 1916.
(Signed) D. Wm. Dean.
Dr. H. K. Hope, eye sight
specialist, wishes to announce the
arrival on Kauai, on or about
March 22, of his representative,
Mr, K. Seifert. Special appoint
ments can be made by addressing
Mr. Seifert. Lihue, Kauai.
I ! THE ClRCCIT COURT O F THE
Fifth Circuit, Territory
At Chambers in Probate.
In the Matter of the Estate of
Wong Hov, deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The undersigned, D. Wm. Dean,
the dutv appointed and qualified
administrator of the estate of
Wong Hoy, deceased, hereby
gives notice to all persons having
claims against the estate of the
said Wong Hoy, deceased, to pre
sent such claims, duty authenticat
ed, and with proper vouchers, if
any exist, even though such claims
be secured by mortgage of real
estate, to the undersigned, at his
place of business, Lihue, County
of Kauai, Territory of Hawaii,
within six months from the day
they fall due, or such claims will
be forever barred. Dated at Li
hue, this 14th day of Match 1916.
D. Wm. Dean
Administrator of the Estate of
Wong Hoy, deceased.
March 14-21-28. April 4.
After Feb. 29, 1916, there will
be no further credit allowed for
pay messages at any paystation.
Hereatter the amount asked for
by central must be rung up in
coin-collector, or left with the per
son whose phone is being used.
TERRITORY OF HAWAI
COUNTY OF KAUAI
C. W. SPITZ, Prop.
NAWILIWILI, KAUAI TELEPHONE 104
Automobiles to all Parts of. Kauai,
all hours, Day and Night
AUTOMOBILES AND LIGHT
MACHINERY REPAIRED .
PIERCE ARROW. HUDSON, STUDEBAKER. OVERLAND
AND FORI) CARS. FEDERAL AND
Goodyear Tires and Tubes
The Best in the Market for the Money.
Agents for Inter Island Steam Navigation Co., Ltd.
at Nawiliwili, Kauai.
I, D. W. Dean, Clerk of the
Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial
Circuit, Territory of Hawaii, do
heieby certify that the fore2oing
is a full, true and correct copy of
the alias summons in the case of
The Territory of Hawaii vs, An-'
nie Knudsen, et al., as the same
appears of record and on file in the
office of the Clerk of said Court.
I further certify that the petition
prays the condemnation for use as
a wharf site, of the following des
cribed land and its appurtenances,
situate at Waimea, Island and
County of Kauai, Territory of Ha
Beginning at a point on the sea
shore at high water mark, from
which point of beginning the true
azimuth and distance to a na;l set
in the outer end of the wharf is
1222' 46" 378.5 feet; the true
azimuths and distances from said
nail to Government Trig, Station
"Puu-Lani is 272 4.V, 28,469.80
feet and to Government Trig. Sta
tion "Puu O Papai" is 292 51',
21.271.23 feet running by true
azimuths as follows:
1. 185 52' 258.0 feet; 2. 95
52' 62.0 feet; 3. 5 52' 258.0 feet;
4. Thence along high water mark
to point of beginning, the true
azimuth and distance being 275
52', 62.0 feet. Containing an area
of 15,996 square feetfmore or less.)
All persons having any interest
in, or claim to, the land and its
appurtenances sought to be con
demned, are hereby warned that
unless they file answer at said
Circuit Court, on or befoie May 8,
1916, thev will be forever barred
t . . . . .
irom coiuesung saia petition or
any judgment entered thereon.
In witness whereof I have here
unto set my hand and affixed the!
seal of the said Circuit Court this
17th day of January. 1916.
(Signed) D. Wm. Dean,
Jan. 18 to Mar. 21. Clerk.
A fe O N
NAWILIWILI GARAGE, Agents for Kauai.
Mr. Wong Hock Shi, Army Tailor
of Kapaia, begs to announce that he is at
the service of the officers and men of the
National Guard on Kauai, in the matter of
field and dress uniforms.
Mr. Wong Hock Shi was formerly army
tailor at Schofield Barracks, Oahu, at
which place he gave great satisfaction.
HONOLULU. T. II.,
December 1, 1910.
To all vl i tin it may concern
ami csM'ciully to the J'ost
Exchange at Fort Itugcr.
Mr. Wong Hock Shi lias managed a ery successful tailor xhop
here un.l given satisfaction to all. His shop is still expanding in size and
inlluence and he seems to excel as a cutter.
W. S. SCIIl'YI.KK.
Col. 5th. Cay.,
J. I. Silva, Prop.
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CIGARS & TOBACCOS and NOTIONS of every description,
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