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THE GARDEN ISLAND. TUESDAY AUGUST, 1, 1916
HAS DONE FOR US
Washington, D. C. July 13 In
both volume and importance of
legislation for Hawaii this has
been one of the most successful
Congressional sessions since the
annexation of the Territory.
Three classes of legislation for
the Hawaiian Islands have been
secured at the hands of Congress.
The first is a class of general bills
such as that confirming certain
powers of the Public Utilities
Commission over public ser
vice corporations; one giving en
larged jurisdiction to the Board of
Harbor Commissions is another of
this class. Still another, specially
urged by the Honolulu Chamber
of Chamber, is the act transfer
ring to the County treasuries the
payments made by public service
corporations of a percentum of
their gross receipts,
The second class of legislation
secured is that of bills confirming
original or extending existing
franchises to public utility corpora
tions. The extent to which these
have been advanced and enacted
has caused some shudders to those
members of Congress who look
askance a t anything akin to a
franchise, however restricted'
Bills have already been signed
by the President confirming the
Kauai Electric franchise, and ex
tending the operative areas of the
Island Electric Company on Maui,
the Hawaiian Electric and the Ho
nolulu Gas Company on Oahu.
These latter include a new pro
vision giving the public Utilities
Commission power to order exten
sions of service under resonable
conditions. The principle embodied
in that provision, find possibly its
exact form, will probably be used
by Congress in similar bills for
years to come.
A gas franchise for Hilo has also
passed the House, but action on it
by the Senate Committee has been
delaved by a cabled request of
Governor Pinkham. The bill to
extend the Hilo Street Railroad
franchise has been favorably re
ported. The third class of legislation
secured consists of appropriations
and bills that insure future appro
prialions, or provide some desira
ble development within the terri
tory. The first of these is the bill
creating the Hawaii National Park.
This measure is now in conference,
and will become a law before the
ciose of the session.
, In the River and Harbor bill a
quarter of a million dollars was
secured for the Kahului west break
water, in the face of a rule adopt
ed by the House Committee to ex
clude all new projects; the final
acceptance of this project by the
House conferees was the favorable
climax of five months' persistent
For Honolulu Harbor $106,000
was appropriated. It is believed
that this, together with any bal
ance that may remain of the funds
now available for completing the
old Honolulu project, can be readi
ly rt-appropriated at the next ses
sion of Congress for the new Kali-
hi channel project, and perhaps
pave the way to secure with it an
additional quarter million dollars
for that needed improvement. The
sum of J60,000 has also been voted
for a lighthouse station at Hono
One of the most difficult and
involved pieces of legislation that
has ever been attempted for Ha
waii was the bill to provide for
military roads on the Island of
rr t i i mi m
ue original dim, as uraitea in
Honolulu was sharply criticised
and adversely reported on by the
secretary of war. This made neces
sary not merely the drafting of a
new bill, but a series of confer
ences with the War College, the
Chief of Engineers, the General
Staff, and the Secietary of War, in
order to get the War Department
thoroughly committed to the new
This was done so successfully
that a favorable report was secured
from the Secretary of War and a
special estimate of $1,000,000 was
sent to Congress for a system of
military roads on Oahu.
The personal attendance of
General Carter and General Ma
comb, the head of the War Col-
ege, was also secured before
the Committee of both House and
Senate. However, an insuper
able barrier was met in the fact
that the Military Department of
Hawaii had never officially recom
mended these military roads, nor
prepared surveys for their location
and estimate of costs. The ut
most that could be done, there
fore, was to secure an appropria
tion of $10,000 to provide for
It is probably that when these
surveys, officially ordered bv Con
gress, or completed, if equally
thorough work is done on this
measure at the next session, the
appropriation can be secured.
The bill to piovide retirement
cav for Judge Dole is on the
House calendar, and its passage
may be reached soon. All of the
items regularly submitted for mili
tary put poses in Hawaii have been
included in the supply bills.
It has become a matter of com
ment about the House and Senate
that Hawaii is getting more legis
lation this ' year than any other
territory or state, and it is fair to
say that the work done for Hawaii
at this session may be written
down as one of the most success
ful in the record of the territorial
Personal talks with tlie men
who have had a part in Hawaiian
affairs at Washington this year
shows them all agreed that this
degree of success has been made
possible by the friendly attitude
of members and senators toward
the Islanders, and particularly
through their willingness to .do
any reasonable favor for Delegate
Kalanianaole who is personally
well liked both in the House and
Delegate Kalanianaole has been
assisted iu his work for the Terri
tory by his secretary, John R.
Desha, and by Mr. George Mc-
Clellan, who has a large Congres
sional acquaintance and thorough
familiarity with Hawaiian affairs.
Mortgagees Notice of
Foreclosure and Sale
Notice is hereby given t lint in
accordance with law and the power
of sale contained in the mortgage
made by Christina (ionics to W.
. Kinnev, dated Mav 21, 15)12,
eeovded in the Registry otliee in
lonolulu, T. II., in Liber :!),
pages 1SS-1!1, and by said W. A.
Kinnev assigned to the undersigned
Alexander it Baldwin, Limited, by
issignment dated December lit, 1 HI 1,
record ei I in Libel 211. page Kb.
the said Alexander it Baldwin,
Limited, intends now to foreclose
aid mortgage for failure to pay the
interest accrued on the mortgage in-
lebtedness since May 1, lll-.
Notice is also hereby given that
the lands and premises in said mort
gage and hereinafter described will
e sold in foreclosure by the under
signed at public auction, at the Post
Otlice at Homestead. Kalaheo, Is
land of Kauai. Territory of Hawaii.
hi Saturday, the iitli day of Sep
tember, 1!1(1, at the hour of 12 o
lock noon of said day.
The mortgaged property to be
old is the following: All thai cer
tain piece ol land within the Ahu-
puaa of Kalaheo. Island of Kauai,
I'. II.. granted by the Ierritory ot
Hawaii to the said Mortgagor by
Land Patent Number otKio, Lot No.
7. Keg. Map No. 2:'.7S. Sixtli Land
District, and containing about Ten
Hid (2-KH) Acres, with the improve
ments thereon, and appurtenances
Terms: Cash in V. S. gold coin;
lO'r payable at time of sale and
balance on delivery of deed. Deed
it expense of purchaser. For furth-
r particulars apply to W 1). Me-
Brvde (postolliee address I Ionic-
tead, Kauai), or to the undersign
cd at Honolulu.
Dated, July 31st. BUH.
i.i:xaxii:i! v. B.w.i-wix. Li.mitkp,
By J. R. Gam, Second Viee-Presi
By .1 W.MKiiiiorsi:,
Treasurer Assignee of Mortgagee.
i iTT .
NOTICE OF MORTGAGEE
OF INTENTION TO FORE
CLOSE AND OF SALE.
Headquarters Fourth Infantry,
N. (i. H.
Lihue, Kauai, T. II.
July 2J, lit 10,
1: The following drill schedule
is published for the guidance of com
pany commanders, and is to be
trietly followed during the month
of August, l'JKi.
Nomenclature of the rillc position
and aiming drill, and other preli
minary work for gallery practice.
two arm semaphore signals, ex
tended order work by signals.
2: Company commanders will
letail either 1st, or 2nd. lieut, to
conduct non-commissioned oil ice lv-
school one evening of each week.
.: Attention t company com
manders is again called to the im
portance of getting morning report
forwarded to headquarters prompt
ly, and iu future such reports wil
be made out and turned over to
Drill Instructor Gibson after eael
Monthly reports must be forward
ed to headquarters no later than
the Sth. day of the month, for tin
previous month. As the Keg. I!e
ixrt must be made out and be in
the Adj. Gen. hands by the 2nd.
week of the month and as the pay
of all enlisted men and com. of
ficers depend entirely on these n
ports company commanders will
realize the importance of the above.
By order of Colonel BroadU-ut
C. II. WlD-ox.
('apt. it Adj. -1th. Infantry.
Notiee is hereby given that com
niencing August 12 the ordinary
and registered mails will close
the Lihue postolliee at 1 p. m. on
Tuesdays and Saturdays in place of
at !:!?() p. m. as heretofore.
Lihue, August 1, 15)1(5.
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS OF THE
COUNTY OF KAUAI.
Lydgate, of Lihue. Kauai,
day been commissioned to
s Deputy Assessor of the
Taxation Division, during
my absence from the Territory.
J. K. Faiu.kv,
Assessor 1th Division.
C. J. MiCaktiiv,
Treasurer, Territory of Hawaii
On account of having to go to
Kapaa for a large shipment of pine
apples, the steamer Maui did not
depart again Friday night for Hono
lulu but was held over until Satur-day.
The undcr.-igned having been thi
day duly appointed Administrator
of the Estate of Margaret Punoliu
Akina (w) late of Waimea, Kauai,
deceased intestate notice is hereby
given to all persons having claims
against said estate to present them
whether secured by mortgage or
otherwise, duly authenticated and
with proper vouchers, if any exist,
to the undersigned at his residence
nt Waimea, Kauai, within six
months from the 2"th day of July,
i:ii, when tins notice win appear
for the first time in the Garden Is
land newspaper of Lihue, Kauai, or
they will be forever barred; and a
persons indebed to said estate are
hereby requested to make imme
diate payment to t lit undersigned
Lihue, Kauai, July 20th, 15)10.
Jor-i:i-ii A. Akina,
Administrator, Estate of Margaret
July 2"), Aug. l-K-l.'j.
Notice is hereby given that, under
the power of sale contained in the
following mortgage, and additional
(1) That certain mortgage given
by K. Yukoyama and S. Morimoto.
to the Kauai Trading Company, by
instrument dated the .ilst day ot
January, 1 )!. ot record in the ol-
lice of the Begistrar ot t onveyanccs
it Honolulu, in Liber 411, on pages
4 1 ;."-! 57.
(2) That c e r t a i n additional
barge given bv said K. Yukoyama
.. i ri,.. II ll.,i-.,u
and . iii or 1 mom iu i mv. j i. -
v Co.. Ltd.. an Hawaiian corpora
tion, carrying on business at Koloa,
md of Kauai, territory ol I la
under M'c nam- ot lo'"M
Trading Convia. iv, ol r -ord in tin-
ollice of said registrar ot t onveyan-
es in Liber-! ... on pages :.! -::.
The said 'J' in o. II. Da vies iv. Co..
Ltd., earryin-; mi hiisiness at Koloa,
under the na .m- ol Kauai I rading
Company as alorcsant. the owm-i
imd holder o' the a hove mentioned
I 11V' I . 1 .
mortgage ami addiiionai euarge,
intends to lorclosc said mortgage
md addition; 1 charge, and sell the
i . i : l
mortgaged propcrix ineieoi 1 1 ; 1 1 1 1 , i ,
leeausc of the failure of the said
mortgagors to pay to said Kauai
1' lading Coiii..iny. the sum ol OM-.
riKHSAND FIFTY (Sin.VUX))
DOLLARS on or before the 21th
h- nf .lime. ''.Ml'-. :.s m-lured by
the terms ol s;"d morPi-ige and ft 1-
The above mentioned mortgage
was given .' s. cure the payment ot
the joint ;.;-.d several promissory
note of said Yukovama and S. Mori
moto for ON K TU'OI SAND (1XK).
IX)) DOLLARS dated January 31.
l'.Mti. payable to said Kauai Trail-j
iu-i ConinuiiV on Januat.v ol, l-M
bearing interest at the rate of Sf '
iicr annum, avd executed bvsnid!
K. Yukoyama ai d S. Morimo o.
The above mentioned additional
charge was given to secure l.;c pay
ment of further loans and advances
aggregating the sum of ONK THOU
SAND (glOOO.OO) DOLLARS made
by said Kauai Trading Company to
said K. Yukoyama and S. Mori
moto as set forth in said additional
charge and to secure the payment
of the further loans and advances
aggregating the sum of FIVE
HUNDRED (.")()().) DOLLARS
made bv said Kauai Trading Com
pany to said K. Yukoyama and S.
Morimoto as set forth in said addi
On the above mentioned promis
sory note and further loans and ad
vances, alter deduct mg an payments
and credits made thereon, there n
mains due and unpaid on account
of principal and interest up to and
including the 2th day ol July,
l!)l(i. the sum of TWENTY ONE
HUNDRED (S2100.) DOLLARS
Notice is likewise given that after
the expiration ot thirty toUj days
from the date of first publication of
this notice, towit, on the 21 day of
August, 15)1(5. at twelve o'clock
noon of said day, said mortgaged
property, for the reason above said,
will be sold at public auction at the
Store of the Kauai Trading Co. at
Koloa,, Island of Kauai.
Terms of sale Cash.
Instruments of sale at expense of
For further particulars apply to
II. Gorman, Manager of the Kauai
Trading Company at Koloa, County
of Kauai, Territory of Hawaii.
Dated at Koloa, T. II., this 2"th
day of July, 15)1(5.
TIIEO. II. DA VIES & CO., LTD.,
Carrying on business at Koloa,
County of Kauai, under name of
Kauai Trading Company, the above
descriU d mortgagee. .
American -Marsh Pumps
Boilor Feed Pump"
Hydraulic Pressure Pumps
Automatic Feed Pump?
Catton, Neill, & Co., Ltd.
Up-to-date Livery, Draying and Boarding Stable and Auto
BETWEEN LIHUE and KEKAHA
Leaving Lihue every Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Leaving Ktkaha every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
ARRIVING AT Til KIR DESTINATION IN THRKK HOURS
F. WEBER Manager.
Telephone 43 W Waimea P. O. Box 71
Our Paint is Good Insurance
Good Paint is insurance against
decay, which is always costly.
Wet weather assists decay, so
never leave a wood surface un
protected. Protect with some
color of W. P. Fuller & Co's
Pure Prepared Paint. Send
for color card, etc.
Lewers & Cooke, Ltd.
Lumber and Building Material
Ring up 444
and order a case of
(a real grape drink)
DFSChMPTIOX OF PROPERTY
TO UK SOLD.
l."),!):l:5 lbs. paddy
15 only plows.
2 jacks for raising weights,
'.( horse collars,
It prs. harness
5 garden hose,
2 old saddles
:? pc. new rope
1 pkge. lish line
roil floor matting (new)
1 bags bran
21 bags fertilizer,
" bags barley
1 large scale
2 old bridles
2 Hawaiian mules
8 Hawaiian mares and -1 horses
4 I Iawaiian colts
1 lie- threshing machine
1 lot uf second hand rice sieves
1 lot of second hand rice basket:
Sundry pieces leather and leath
Lot of second hand tools
2 Hat bottom boats.
For Frying-For Shortening
For Cake Making
There is no smoke nor odor. Fried foods are free from
the taste of grease. They now are tasty and crisp. They
are made more digestible, for Crisco is all vegetable.
The same Crisco can be used to fry fish, onions, dough
nuts, etc. , merely by straining out the food particles
after each frying.
Crisco gives pastry a new flakiuess and digestibility.
Frisco always is ot the same freshness and consistency.
It's uniform quality makes for uniform results.
Crisco gives richness at smaller cost, It brings cake
niaking back to popularly. Butter bills are reduced and
cakes stay fresh and moist longer.
Lihue Ice Co.
Vice Prei-idelit (ieorge Rodeik, of
I Hackfeld it Company, was a visitor
jto Lihue at the weekend, coming
over on the steamer Maui.
His i nrj
it i nsiit ot
is wrapped to
insure delivery to
you in a sanit
and to retain
Made in the clean
est most sanitary fact
ory in the world.
For Sale at
is an antiseptic
soap, made for
Has a most pleasing
effect on delicate skin,
besides making it
healthy and clean.