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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, JULY 18, 1916,
2000 AGUES CANE
The Honolulu Star-Bulletin
prints the following data of inter
est concerning the recent explora
tions of Mr. Lnrrisnn on this is
lind in the search for surplus
Two thousand acres of cane land
will he added to the area now be
ing cultivated on Kauai, if flood
storage reservoirs, the sites for
which have just been located on
that island by Territorial Hvdro
graoher G. K. Larrison, can he
When seen today hy a Star-Bul
letin reporter Larrison said that.Koan'' Miss . Benjamin, Hattie
as a result of investigations he has' Taite. N. Imafuji, T. Odo, Mrs.
just completed in the upper North ( Jorgensen, Master Jorgensen, R.
Wailua, Kapaa, and Anahola vnl-, H- Warrell. Esther Kaleiohi, Mrs,
levs a number of possible flood-,1- J- Madeiros, Mrs. R. Cobson,
storage reservoir sites have been Miss A Johnson, II. K, Ahu. Mrs,
examined, and that an appropria-1 Martinelli.
tion will b asked of the next, The following arrived by the
legislature for detailed survevs. (Kiuau Wednesday morning: Miss
"From the preliminary invest i- Helen Schimuielfennig, Miss G.
gatiou it is estimated that storage McQueen, Mrs. K. Roendahl, Mis.
for sufficient flood-water can bejCoulter. Mrs. F. A. Lvman, Miss
obtained to add about 2000 acres. K. Elston, Miss A. Hatch, Miss
u, mortn, aits. ti. Adams, miss
The following arrived py the
Maui last Tuesday morning: W.
II. Rice, Sr., W, F. Sanborn, J.
Wormser, Mrs. Wormser, D. K.
Hoapili and 2 infants, Miss A.
Crowell, Miss M. Hoapili. Miss A.
Hoapili, A. Hainea, W. Werner,
Wm. Werner, Jr.. Miss M. Has
tie, J. P. Alohikea. Miss R. Kaki
na, W. Hookano, Sr., J. llano,
Mrs. Kaia Hano, Miss Sarah Hano.
The following arrived by the
Maui Friday morning: S. W. Wil
cox, J. F. C. Hagens, Geo. Ro
diek. J. K. Lota, M. Lord, E. T,
Lord, P. A. Gorman, Mrs. H. D.
Sloggett and infant, Richard Slog
gett, Miss M, Sloggett, Miss D,
Sloggett, Miss E. Sloggett, Miss
Kuhio's Call Home
of cane land to that now being
cultivated in these valleys," he
"In August a similar investiga
tion will be made on the head
waters o f the Waimea river,
Kauai, to last about two weeks. I
will be assisted there bv W. V.
Hardv, our enginer in charge of
the Kauai water investigation,
who ssisted me with the flood
storage reservoir sites investiga
tion we have just finished."
J. K. Lota is informing his
friends that he will be a candidate
again this year for the House of
Representatives. He will be op
posed in. the primary by at least
two other candidates from the same
R. Feh, Miss M. Church, L. Wal
dron, Ben Vickers. F. Goodwin,
S. Meheula, E. Kuapuhi, William
Barkow, G. Jordan, Alan Elston,
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Bullard, Mrs.
I, Kuming, Mrs. Meheula, C.
Amona, John Malina, Miss L.
Kaiwi, Mrs. K. Montgomery, Jas.
Von Ekekela, Mrs. Ekekela, J.
Hano, Mrs, C. Ebinger, Mrs. D.
Lovell, H. K. Malina, I. S. Mali
na, Mrs. S, A. Malina, A, Lima,
A. Akiona, S. Dias, S. Kaulili,
Mrs. Kanlili. Mr. and Mrs. L.
Waiamau, Miss Bell, Miss I, Bon
nette, H. Lyman, E. Ross. P.Rice,
Mis. Trowbridge, Miss F. Decker,
E. V. Abbott. E. J. Nell, H. Bald
win, Mr. T. Kum Ing, Miss Ah
Ping, Miss Tokimoto, Seto Pung,
(Special Wathtnglon Correspondence of THE
Washington, D. C, June 29th.
Representative Kalanianaole was
called home today by a cablegram
from h i t lawyers requiring his
attendance upon the lawsuit in
volving the trusteeship of Queen
Liliuokalani's property. Durirg
the absence of the Delegate, his
Secretary, John R. Desha, and
Mr. George McClellard, will look
after the details of his office,
During the present session of
Congrtss more legislation has been
obtained for Hawaii than for any
other territory or State in the
Union. Prompt action has been
taken on the numerous bills deal
ing with Hawaiian matter, and
had it not been for the inflexible
rule udopted bv Congress in re
gard to new liver and harbor pro
jects h11 of the projects proposed
for H.iWiiii would have bun pro
vided for in the rivers and harbors
The Honolulu branch of the
Irish Rt-lief Fund Committee, of
New York, i s sending letters
throughout the Islands appea'ing
for contributions for the assistance
of sffereis in Dublin as the result
of the recent disturbance there.
Tack D. Cleary, 770 Kinau street,
Honolulu, i secretary of the com
mittee. Captain Noggle, who was here
with the Governor party around
July Fourth, bas completed some
beautiful pictures of Kauai scenes,
specimens of which have been sent
to Sergeant Gibson, drill instructor,
at L' hue. Hi b views of the Nation
al Guard at Lihue park are splendid.
Seto Sui, Mrs. A. Huddy, Charles
Amalu. Mrs. Kaleimakalii, Miss
Y. Hoo, Miss Kaleimakalii. J. M.
Lvdgate and son, G. Hofgaard.
Mr. and Mrs. I. Kaiu, Mt. and
Mrs. Kaiawe. D. Konohu, J. Ma-kanani.
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