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THE GARDEN ISLAND. TUESDAY MAY 2, 1916
(Special tVathlnglon Correspondence of THE
GARDEN ISLAND )
Washington, D. C, April 7th:
The House Committee on Appro
priations has reported the fortifica-
Governor Pinkhatn has written Hons bill, carrying in the aggre
the following additional letter to gate, '$34,297,050.00.
the president of Lihue Plantation Hawaiian items included in the
Company: bill, are as follows:
"April 22, 1916.
"Hon. Hans Isenberg,
President, Lihue Plantation Co.,
Ltd., Lihue, Kauai.
"Dear Sir: Sixty homesteaders
on Kapaa Series 1, 2 and 3 have
in writing indicated their desire
and belief that their agricultural
operations require water for irriga
tion. "The superintendent of hydro
graphy will, in the month of May,
more definitely investigate the wa
ter situation, although enough is
now known to indicate the only
available water at an elevation that
will allow water to reach me-st of
these homesteads by gravity must
come from the north fork of the
Wailua river. These water are
now in the sole control of the Li
hue Plantation Co., Ltd., and
will remain so until October 1,
"At present, they are being used
on both the Wailua and Linde
mann leased lands, the Lihue
Plantation Co., Ltd., fee simple
lands and great quantities are
being sold to the Koloa Sugar Co.
"Legally and technically all this
must cease October 1, 1917.
"This adminstration desires not
to work any unnecessary hardship
on anyone, including the Lihue
Plantation Co., Ltd., and believes
it can be avoided.
"Your company has failed to
provide sufficient reservoir capacity
to conserve the storm waters of
the Wailua river.
"Are you willing to advise your
ditectors to at once grant the gov
ernment access to the Wailua lands
to locate reservations for reser
voirs to conserve the waters there
jAnd to plan means of compre
"Are you willing to advocate
the beginning of the construction
of these utilities at the earliest
possible moment the government
can secure or provide the neces
sary fnnds that there may be no
loss of time ?
' 'This administration believes in
itself and its ability to handle cer
tain principles and will insist that
general principles shall prevail in
place of individual, self-centered
interests, small or great.
"Lucius E. Pinkham,
Governor of Hawaii."
- (Continued on page 5.)
Protection, preservation, and re
pair of fortifications J3.000.00.
Land defenses, including instal
lation of searchlights, and acquisi
tion ot land and rights .of way
Construction of mining case
mates, cable galleries, and for pro
viding channels for access to tor
pedo wharves at the defenses of
the Hawaiian Islands $19,000.00.
Maintenance, repair, and opera
tion of one automobile $600.00.
HOW DUKE FAILED
New York. Apr. 10. Duke Ka
hanamoku, the Hawaiian swim
ming champion, failed to qualify
for the final of the 220 yard na
tional championship title, which
will be decided at the New York
Athletic Club tonight. I n the
trial beats yesterday in the Wing
'j Foot tank he was beaten by
both Herbert Vollmer and Joe
Wheatley, the latter finishing first
and second respectively. Arrange
ments have been made, however,
so that those who expected to see
the Duke in action will not be dis
appointed. He will swim in a
100 yard event against William
Ranie, of the New York Athletic
Club and Clemence Brown of the
Hamilton Club, Chicago.
The Duke took his defeat calmly
vesterdav. He explained that he
left his home in the best of condi- Par and show cause if anV
Sir: Are you aware that an ex
hibition of lutes, guitars and uku
leles was pulled off yesterday af
ternoon in Washington Square
South? I was informed by one
who was there. You would con
fer a benefit upon me by telling
me what a ukulele or an ukulele
is. J.K, C
The ukulele is a uddle tliat you
twiddle till it toodles
Like a hllvlooloo feeding on a
platter full of noodles,
But it's rather more aesthetic in
its nature and appeal
Have you ever lamped a lily sing
ing rondels to an eel?
The ukulele has a treble like a peb
ble when it tootles,
Or a daffodillan ditty when the
fainness of it footles;
But it's rather more exotic in its
Did you ever hear a throstle when
its thirst flared into blazes?
The ukulele has a werble that will
burble till it sobbles
Like the gastronomic guinea who
is glumphy as he gobblts,
But the meaning of it's occult, like
the psychics when they sizz
Have you ever locked at wizards
showing lizards how to wiz?
New York Sun.
Mr. and Mrs. Lindemann re
turned in the Mauna Loa from a
visit to Honolulu.
In the Circuit Court o f The
Fifth Judicial Circuit,
Territory of Hawaii.
At Chambers in Probate.
In the matter of the Estate of
Jacob Hardy, deceased.
Order of notice of petition for
allowance of accounts, determina
tion of trust and distribution of
On reading and filing the peti
tion and accounts of D. Wm,
Dean, administrator of the estate
of Jacob Hardy, deceased, where
in petitioner asks to be allowed
$605.58 andcharged with$6855,09,
and asks that the same be examin
ed and approved, and that a final
order be made of Distribution of
the remaining property to the per
sons thereto entitled anddischarg
ine petitioner and sureties from
all further responsibility herein:
It is ordered v that Saturday, the
3rd dav of June A. D. 1916, at
9:30 o'clock A. M., before the
Judge of said Court presiding at
Chambers at bis Court Room in
Lihue, Kauai, 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 ap-
la lit - .
. . . hitr nrnv t n a cam ennnm n rr rm
tion. The hurry and Dustie since " -
he has arrived in the States hai Bted' and mav Present evi'
anA his rtft aence as to wno are enimea to me
proven too much
followed. Vollmer set a fast pace
at the start. Kahanamoku follow
ed almost at his side for the first
hundred vards. with Wheatley a
close third. It was not until the
last fifty yards that the strain told
on the Duke. Twenty-five yards
from the finish Wheatley started a
great spurt, which put him in sec
ond position. Vollmer won by
twelve feet in 2 minutes 30 1-5
Dated the 27th day of April,
(Sgd) Lylb A. Dickey.
Judge of the Circuit Court of
the Fifth Circuit.
(Sgd) D. Wm. Dean.
Clerk of the Circuit Court of the
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HAWAIIAN BIRTH CERTIFI
CATES. Notice is hereby given that ap
plications for the issuance of
HAWAIIAN BIRTH CETIFI
CATES, in accordance with the
terms of Chapter 20, of the Revis
ed Laws of Hawaii, 1915. will be
received at the office of the Secre
tary of Hawaii, on and after April
Copies of the regulations cover
ing the issuance of Hawaiian Birth
Certificates printed in English.
Japanese and Chinese, and blank
forms of petition may be obtained
on application at the office of the
Secretary of Hawaii free of chaige.
Attention is specially called to
the fact that certificates issued by
the Secretary of Hawaii are prima
The adjourned special meeting
of stockholders of the Kauai Tele
phonic Compony will be held at
the office of the treasurer, Mr. G.
N. Wilcox, at Lihue, on the 5th
of May, 1916. at 9 a. m.
R. W. T. Pi-rvis,
Secretary, Kauai Telephonic Com
pany. Lihue, 27th April. 1916.
facie evidence before anv tribunal
or officer IN THE HAWAIIAN
ISLANDS that the holder thereof
was born in Hawaii. BUT SUCH
CERTIFICATES HAVE BEEN
OUTSIDE THE TERRITORY.
A fee of five dollars ($5.00) is
charged for each certificate.
Wadk Warrkn Thayer.
Secretary of Hawaii.
Honolulu, April 26, 1916.
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