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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, AUGUST 8. 1916
The annual meeting and banquet
session of the Kauai Chamber of
Commerce lias been set for Satur
day evening, August 19, in plaee of
the evening of the 17th., as first
announced. "Stunts" for the even
ing nre being arranged by the local
entertainments committee, consist
ing of the following members: F.
C. Morrow, chairman ; II. (Srote,
IS. Mahlum, T. Mackstad, and Al
bert Horner, Jr. It is understood
that they are working on some sur
prises. Officers to lie elected that evening
will be a president, vice president,
secretary, treasurer and auditor.
The nominating committee consists
of J. K. Farley, chairman; A. Mene
foglio and V. X. Stewart. The
chairman is away, but Colonel E.
H. W. lkoadlient has leen appoint
ed to act in his place.
The business meeting will precede
the banquet this time.
There will be annual reports of
the president, secretary and treas
urer. It is understood that the
statement of the latter will show
that the Chamber has weathered
the financial storms of the year in
excellent shape and that a balance
on hand will be shown.
An important matter to come up
will be that of the delegation to at
tend the Civic Convention in Hilo.
It is understood that the second
city places no limit on the number
to be sent by Kauai. Information
as to what subjects will be expected
to handle, etc., will likely lie in
hand prior to the annual meeting.
The Kauai Chanil)er of Commerce
will complete its third year on the
15th. of the present month.
The Mahelona Hospital
Preliminary work has begun on
J.lio Maheloha hospital for the treat
ment, of tuberculosis near Kapaa.
Thomas Nott, the Honolulu con
tractor and builder, who has been
engaged by the architects to do the
work, is on the ground. He brought
over several workmen from Hono
lulu and will bring over others as
they are needed. Operations will
be pushed forward as rapidly as
possible. Owing to the advance in
the prices of material, the cost of
the hospital will be considerably
more than was at first figured.
New Company M.
The new officers of Company M,
National Guard, the headquarters
of which will be at Kekaha, will
likely be as follows: Win. Kruse,
Jr., mill engineer, captain; H.
Wramp, first lieutenant; Fred Dy
son, fecoud lieutenant. Manager
Faye is taking an active interest in
the success of the company and has
promised the men an armory and
Passengers In And Out
The following arrived by the S.
S. Maui Friday morning: Geo. N.
Wilcox, Jay Gould, Mrs. Gould, R.
G. Thurston, A. R. Gurrey, F.
Richardson, Miss Bessie Ong, Miss
Elizalieth Hobdy, Judge L. Dickey,
Fred Patterson, 11. D. Slogg. tt, R.
X. Boyd, Miss Boyd, G. M. Coney,
. Horner, Ray Irwin, L. W.
Branch, C. W. Hum and wife, C.
M. Ha and wife, Rev II. Ohye,
Rev. J. Taketa, S.- Xakagawa and
wife, C. A. Ralston.
The following sailed by the Maui
Tuesday afternoon for Honolulu:
Mrs. Brown, Miss King, Ben Vick-
ers, P. II. Gorman, J. Ah Chuck,
Joseph Kawahalo, Rev. Kapu, Mas
ter Solomon Kapu, R. Rutsch,
Judge L. A. Dickey, if. 11. Tru-
ock, II. Glass, J. Mcdeiros, K.
Sugi, Toshi Yoshizawa.
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L. W. Branch, the "trouble man"'
of the Mutual Telephone Company's
wireless department, came over on
the Maui Friday morning to adjust
certain pilikias in the Lihuc oflice.
He returned to the city Saturday
Judge L. A. Dickey, who went to
the city last went to meet his broth
er, Architect C. W. Dickey, whom
he had not seen in several years,
returned to Li hue in the Maui Fri
Notice of Sale of
Canneries Very Busy
Both the Lawai and Kapaa- can
neries are extremely busy, working
practically day and night. Fruit
offerings are larger than ever before
and the pines seem to be of an ex
ceptionally good quality. The Ka
uai outturn of canned fruit this sea
son will break the record.
Japanese Y. M. C. A.
A mass . meeting of the Lihuc
Japanese Young People's Christian
Association was held in Lihue So
cial Hall at 2 o'clock Sunday after
noon, licing largely attended ami
resulting in a most enjoyable pro
gram. There was a word of wel
come by Mr. Yamamoto, music by
the Lihue Hawaiian choir, remarks
by Messrs. Ixxains and Watada and
an address by Dr.U. Kawaguchi,
of the Honolulu Y. M. C. A., on
"The Meaning of Americanization."
Refreshments were served and a
museinents followed the program.
Mrs. Thielen and daughter, Li
hue, have gone to llanalei for a
A 12 o'clock noon. Monday,
September 18, 1916. the following
government land will be sold at
public auction, at the front door of
the Capitol Building. Honolulu:
Block "L." Kapaa Town Lots,
Puna, Kauai, containing an area
of 66,640 square feet, more or less.
Upset price, $1,000.00.
Purchaser shall pav cost o f
For maps and further informa
tion, apply at the office of the As
sistant Sub-Agent, Miss Bernice
Hundley, Kapaa, Kauai, or at the
office of the Commissioner of Pub
lic Lands, Capitol Building, Ho
Bertram G Rivenburgh.
Commissioner of Public Lands.
Dated at Honolulu, August 3.
Aug. 8-15-22-29. Sept. 5-12.
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Notice of Sale of Government Leases
At 12 o'clock noon, Monday, September 18, 1916, at the front door
of the Capitol Building, Honolulu, there will lie sold at public nuclion,
under Section 380, Revised Laws of Hawaii of 1915, general leases
of the following described lands:
ANAHOLA LOTS, ANAHOLA, KAUAI.
Lot No. Area. Term. . Annual
(1) . . . 4 1.97 Acs. 5 yrs. from Sept 24. 1916 $30.00
(2) ,. 20 .31 " 5 yrs. from Sept. 24, 1916 10 00
(3) .. 22 1.7 " 5 yrs. from Sept. 18, 1916 17.00
(4) . . 53 .88 " 5 vrs. from Sept. 24, lvl6 15.00
(5) .. 54 1.2 " 5 yrs. from Sept. 24, 1916 12.00
(6) . . 55 1.85 " 5 yrs. from Sept. 24, 1916 18 00
(7) .. 56 2.48 " 5 vrs. from Sept. 24, 1916 15.00
(8) . . 57 2.06 " 5 yrs. from Sept 18. 1916 26 00
(9) Lots Nos. 24, 25 and 26, Block "J", Karaa Town Lots,
containing an area of 22,445 square feet, more or less; upset rental
$25.00 per annum, payable semi annuallv in advance; tem of lease,
5 yearsfrom September 18, 1916.
(10) 3.0 acres, more or less, of land situate at Kapna, Puna.
Kauai, for Mule Stables and Camp Site: upset rental, $50.00 per an
num. payable semi-annually in advance; term of lease, 5 years from
September 18, 1916.
Purchaser shall pav cost of advertising.
For maps and "further Information, apnlv rt th. office of the As
sistant SubAgent. Miss Bernice Hundley, Kapaa, Kauai, or at the
office of the Commissioner of Public Lands. Capitol Building. Hono
Bkrtram G. Rivi:nbur(;h,
Commissioner of Public Lauds.
Dated at Honolulu. August 3, 1916
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