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THE GARDEN ISLAND. TUESDAY MAY 9, 1916
START MADE WITH
LETTER 10 LIE
A FINE SEND-OFF
NEW LIBRARY IDEA
Governor Pinknnm lias written
us,nnother letter to Lihue Plantation
t0 Company, in which occurs the following:
1 UlU .IVIllllVII ' I 1 V. . vf i v i tin
ter problen was based upon sound
'conservation, engineering, and, to
those concerned, satisfactory finaii
' As to the main issues of the
'Lihue problem he says:
' "The details, when ascertained,
Co of these understandings will l.e
Co carned nut according to law by
Co the departments having charge in
Cc chiding the mutual rights-of-way
Di and 21-year licence for raihoad
right-of-way to the Karaa home
steads "I have this day directed the
territorial survevor to hold him
self in readiness to cheek your
suiveys, marks and descriptions
that the above enterpiise and li
cense may be promptly put into
effect and proper documents ex
SHORTLY TO MEET
('has. F. Looniis, the man en
gaged to take charge of Y. M, C.
A. work on this island, with head
quarters at Eleclc, was given a
fine send-olT at the Honolulu Y.
M. C. A. last week Of the affair
the 1', ('. Advertiser had the fol
lowing interesting comments:
At the hoy's Monday-night sup
per at the Y. M. C. A., held in
Cooke Hall last evening, a hand
some set of gold cuff links, with
the Hawaiian coat of arms and his
initials engraved on them, were
presented to Charles F. Looniis,
t lie retiring secretary who leaves
within a dav or two for his new
post as county secretary Associa
tion work on Kauai.
R, II. Trent, chairman of the
boys' department committee, ad
dressed the group ol more than
half a hundred members of the
boys' department. A. li. Larimer,
Jay A. Urice, and Glen lackson
also addressed the boys. The pre
sentatiou speech to Mr. Looniis
was made by Victor Kah.i, the
oldest member in point of length
of time a member of the boys' de
partmeut, Kaliu having been a
member at the time of Looniis'
arrival in Honolulu to take up the
work ot the boys depart ment in
By the steamer from Honolulu
last Friday morning there arrived
in Lihue 65 books sent out by the
Honolulu Library & ReadingRoom
Association under its travelling
library scheme. The books were
consigned to Mr. E. de Lacey, who
ias been made librarian, nnd the
books will be kept at Lihue Store
where they will be available to
anyone wishing to read them.
This first lot may be regarded
as an experimental one, as it is
impossible to tell what demand
there is or may be for the 1
Drafts of proposals for consti
tution and by-laws for the Civic
Convention have been prepared by
E. X. Deyo, chairman, and Ray
mond C. Brown, secretary, of the
special committee appointed for
that purpose, and these respective
plans are now being gone over bs
the other members of the commit
tee, preliminary to a meeting which
will shortly be held in Honolulu
for the purpose of adopting a final
draft. The members of the com
mittee a s originally appointed
were: K. N. Deyo, Hilo, chair
man; Raymond C. Brown, Hono
lulu, secretary; C. B. Gage, of
Honolulu; Dan Case, of Maui; L.
D. Timmons, Kauai. Mr. Gage
has since removed to New York,
and practically all of the work has
devolved upon Messrs. Devo and
The idea of the last Civic Con
vention was to organize as a per
manent institution, with a set of
rules and a definite system of work.
Heretofore the movement has been
a soit of spontaneous affair, Some
were in favor of keeping it that
way, but the majority held to the
idea of definite organization.
The committee will likely meet
in Honolulu m June tor a couple
of days during which the final
touches on the permanent scheme
will be given.
Clears His Conscience
May 5th, 1916.
To the Garden Island Publishing
I the undersigned wish to state
that sometime ago I made state
ments to various parties to the
effect that S. Morimoto and K.
Yokomoto, owners of a rice planta
tion at Wailua, threw all their
machinery, etc., into the stream
and then left the place. Their
creditors, upon hearing this state
ment, got excited and went over
to said plantation to look into the
matter but found everything there
as usual and that the said S. Mo
rimoto and K. Yokomoto are still
working on the land.
Xow, discovering that I have
made a mistake and have c ustd
these Japanese a little trouble
wish, in justice to them, make
this public statement that I was
wrong in making the above state
ments which were wholly untrue
(Continued from page i;
the winners of the Company C
The field sports program for
that day will be as follows:
1. Shoe race. 2. Sack race.. 3
That will settle the company
competitions, so on June 4 the
Second Battalion will throw its
best team against the "best team of j ings thereon of the value of 51000.
the Third Battalion, at Makaweli, i CO and praying that Letters of Ad-
Ix Tnii CiKctiT Cofirr or The
Firm CiKerrr. Tkrkitcky
At Chambers in Probate.
In the matter of the Estate of S
Order of Xotice of Hearing Pe
tition for Administration.
On reading and filing the Peli
tion of Elizabeth Kaio, a sisler-iu
law, uf Honolulu, alleging that S.
Kanewanui, of Hanalei, died in
testate at Honolulu on the 2.7rd
day ot August, A. 1), 1915, leav
ing propcrtv in the Hawaiian Is
lands nccessaiy to be administered
upon, of real property and build-
M. U. Jardin, the Knlaheo post
master who shot himsflf about 'ten
days ago, is improving at the Ko
loa hospital and will recover.
When thev have been circulated
they will be returned and another
lot sent over, etc.
The scheme of circulating libra
ries of this sort is common and
well understood on the mainland,
but is new here. Tho purpose is
to get good books into out-of-the-way
places. Kauai has several
libraries already in her various
towns, but the circulating propo
sition promises to enhancu the How
of desirable reading matter and
will, therefore, doubtless prove a
while the First Battalion will meet
the hospital Corps at Lihue in the
On that day the sports events
will be as follows:
1. Shot put. 2. Rope climbing.
3. Relay race.
On June 11 the First Battalion
will meet the Second Battalion,
at I'.leele, while the Third Batta
lion will meet t lie Hospital Corps
The 'sports program that day
100 yards race; 2 JO yards race;
Half mile race.
June Is the First Battalion will
meet the Third Battalion at Ma
kaweli, while the Hospital Corps
will try conclusions with the Sec
ond Battalion at Eltele.
Tht sports events; Running
broad jump; Running high jump;
ministration issue t o Elizabeth
It is ordered that Saturday, the
20th day of May. A. D. 1916, at
9:30 o'clock A. M., be and here
by is appointed for hearing said
Petition in the Court Room of this
Court at Lihue, at which time and
J place all persons com ernsd may
appear and show ause, if any they j
have,- why said Petition should!
! not be granted .
j Dated at Lihue, April 17th,,l9l6.
j ( Seal )
j (Sgd.) Lvi.;; A. Dickkv,
Judge of the Circuit Court of the
(Sgd.) D. Wm. Dkax,
Clerk of the Circuit Court ot the
Tel 1 :lo o Hawaii.
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