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THE GARDEN ISLAND. TUESDAY AUGUST, 15, 1916
National Guard Of Hawaii
By General Samuel 1. Johnson.
Besides the millions of dollars
.vhieh oomo to Hawaii every year
for pay and support cf the Regular
Army, the Federal Treasury will
contnhute a tidy sum per annum
. 1 A X . 1 1
lor tne pay oi .ationainarosiueu
hoth ollieers and enlisted men being
entitled to compensation fur tlieir
services under the new National
.y, Defense Act. Pay for the National
i( Guard of Hawaii, based on its pres
Hi flit strength, will amount to a total
in of S3)S,8!!).(H) per vear, provide
trf that every man lives up to the re-
nt, quirements of the service.
Hawaii's Guard now consists of
a four regiments and one separate
company of infantry, one troop of
cavalry, one company of engineers
j one company of signal corps, and a
,i coast artillery corns now divided
into three companies. This is tin
C organization on which the above
figures are based, the total strcngtl
June 30, being 233 comiins
sioned oflieers and 4S11 enlistee
men of all arms and grades.
1'av for enlisted man of theGuan
ci is based on '2" per cent of Regular
Army pay for the same grade. Th
scale for ollieers is considerably
smaller, SoOO per year being the fig
ure for 'captains and line ollieers of
higher rank, $240 for first lieuten
antsnnd S200 for second lieutenants.
Stall ollieers receive half the pay of
Pay day for the National Guard
comes only twice a year, and con
sequently the amounts handed over
the pay table will be substantial,
even for the private, who will draw
22.. 10 every time the paymaster
calls, Non-commissioned staff of
ficers and enlisted specialists benefit
in proportion, band leader, the
highest paid enlisted, receiving 8225
per year. or 81 12.50 every pay day.
First sergeants will draw 11.25 per
month, or 8135 per year, and so on
down through the various non-com
The distribution of 817!t,4!l!t.50
June 30 and December 31 of each
year should make an appreciable
increase in the circulating currency
Of tins total a little more than a
third will be disbursed to troops on
Oahu, the balance being divided be
tween Hawaii, Maui and Kauai.
ray tor the .National uuaru is a
movement that has been in evidence
for several years past, but not until
this year did Congress think favor
ably enough of the measure to make
it a law. The Guardsmen, how
ever, are bound by much stricter
regulations as to drill, attendance,
and encampments in consequence
cf their Federal pay, and they will
have to work hard to earn tlieir
dollars. Forty-eight drills per year,
not including fifteen days in camp
or on the target range, are some of
the qualifications required. Com
panies cannot drop below a mini
mum of 5, and a certain percent
age of the company (the exact fig
ures have not been published in
regulations as yet) must be present
at any drill or assembly for instruc
tion Ix'l'ore any member of the com
pany can receive pay for that drill.
Although this apparently might
work a hardship on regular atten
dants, it is easy to see that some
such provision is necessary to secure
any benefit from instruction. The
United States must get value re
ceived before it will pay its citizen
WEDS MISS KOPKE
AT LIE GHURGH
The Star-Bulletin of last Thurs
day contained the following news
article of general interest on Kauai:
D. Paul R. Isenliorg, who left
Honolulu on the steamer Matsonia
July 2(, was married in New York
yesterday to Miss Bortha Kopke,
according to a cablegram received
late yesterday by Ernest Ross, son-
in-law of Mr. and Mrs. E. V.
Kopke, father and mother of the
No details of the wedding are
given in the cablegram, which was
brief. They are expected to return
to Honolulu after a honeymoon trip
of some months.
The bride is the fourth daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Kopke, and left
here about two months ago for the
East. Her father ami mother were
at the wedding, having left here
some time ago, Mr. Kopke being on
a vacation trip.
The groom was divorced two
weeks ago. Mrs. Annie Bertrice
Isenberg, his wife, filed her suit for
divorce in the circuit court on June
21. allecine nonsumiort. The di
vorce was granted by Circuit Judge
Whitney on July 2G. No order was
made by the court regarding the
navment of alimony. It is under
stood that this arrangement was
settled outside of court. The day
the divorce was granted was the
day the groom-to-be sailed for the
mainland, proceeding direct to New
The marriage came as a surprise
to most of Mr. Isenberg's acquaint
ances. Mrs. Isenberg is a younger sister
of Mrs. Albeit Waterhouseand Mrs.
Ernest Ross, of Honolulu, and of
Captain E. W. Kopke, of Kealia.
She has visited Kauai a number of
times and has many friends here
Kauai Sugar Shipped
The following tons of sugar had
been shipped by the Kauai planta
tions indicated up to July 31 :
Lihue Plantation Co. Ltd. 1(1, 20! I
'Grove Farm Plantation 4,758
Koloa Sugar Co., The (i,7S
McBry.le Sugar Co., Ltd. 12.S01
Hawaiian Sugar Co. 1(,22S
Gay and Robinson 4,-iOK
Waimea Sugar Mill Co., The 1,1!I0
Kekaha Sugar Co., Ltd. 14.07S
Estate V. Knudsen 702
Kilauea Sugar Plantation Co. 3, 055
Makee Sugar Co. 5,1!MJ
By way of variety there was an
evening service in the Lihue Union
Mortgagees Notice of
Foreclosure and Sale
Notice is hereby given that in
accordance with law and the power
of sale contained in the mortgage
made by Christina Gomes to W.
A. Kinney, dated May 21, 1912,
recorded in the Registry office in
Church Sunday night, which wiik H,m,,li,lii. T. II.. in Liber 359.
largely attended in spite of t h e pages 188-191, and by said . A
Summer ilci.l. l inn of the ei.mmn- Kinney assigned to the undersigned
nitv. the service wns l.nmelv mnsi- Alexander & Baldwin, Limited, l.y
., , , , ,' assignment dated December 19,1!H4,
cai, wun a large cieineni oi eongie- m.onl((1 in Lib(ir 241, page 1(7,
gational singing of the popular t li e said Alexander & Baldwin,
Brown and Curry hvinus. Two Limited, intends now to foreclose
numl-crs furnished by the Filipinos "aid mortgage for failure to pay the
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. , . debtedness since May 1, 1915
neniiHinii . (mi' nt Those, n motion
i... ,1 ,,..,J Notice is alsi herehy riven tint
. ' . , , , ,, . the lards and j reiiiisi s in spk! mort-
just as dear as it could be , and , l(.ivi;,.ir,(.r ,0S(.riH, wj
the other, ly the adults, set to a .dd in for. closure bv the under
Filipino air, was most original, signed at public auction, at the Post
H ii.nl mid nttr.'wtivc. with iust Office at I omcstcad , Kalaheo, Is.
enough of the savage in it to give it Ku.ai, Territory of Hawaii,
.... on Saturday, the 9th day of Sep-
simpumi Mia.iij. . tember, 191C, at the hour of 12 o'
The audience was very materially dock l.oon of said day.
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iiicreascu oy n large i-iuiuiigcni now -j 10 inoitliaireil property to Hi
Elecle. By special invitation, at the sold is the following: All that cer
nl..s,. nf fh. snrvipo thev ndionrn- tain pii-re of land within the Aim
...1 !,.. u f.. ,wl Pun-i of Kalaheo, Island of Kauai,
... . .. .. . ., . f. II., grunted by the territory of
sandwiches m consideration ot their 1IflWllij ,1,,. sn;(i Uortunuor In
coming so far to a simple church AUU iatfiit Number 5(iC,5, Lot No.
service. 78, Reg. Map No. 2378, Sixth Land
Distrid. and containing about Ten
in- V T. Piitmnn. siii-Lromi-iiiiiior and i2-100 Acres, v. it 1 1 the improve
(M, '1; .1, iiww ropoiv. Hieiitu thereon, and appurtenances
I I IIL i OUlUl llllllllli 1 1 JHt-' a v 1.1 . 1
" thereunto U longing.
ill a teiifi nuiu iiiu iiunuii uu , ., . . lT , , , .
I Inline I In I I N irillil rlllll
Washington asking if he would like 10 ,):1Vable at time of sale and
111 assignment with me troops at me balance 011 delivery of deed. Deed
Mexican border. Dr. Putman has at expense of purchaser. For furth
istoil er nartieulars apply to W 1. Me-
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lie MUUKl UV IIIVUM-II ll IUIIU, "III i ll- ! 4 il 1 ! ..
ini.lnr ,,.,.,, ..iiPiimstMi.ces be re- K""1'. or to the Ulldcrs.gll-
Boilor Feed Pumps
Hydraulic Pressure Pumps
Automatic Feed Pumps
Catton, Neill, & Co., Ltd.
gards his work here as more impor
One rare aneciineii Niiliau table mat.
'J large Hawaiian Hour mats, goodcon-
'.' Vmlor liorch limtc : assnrted ek'ctric
Mils. J. I.. ltollKKTSON.
The following arrived by the Ki
nau Wednesday morning: II. M.
Goodale, W . V. (ioodale, Mrs. J.
A. Scott, A. (i. Kauhikou, Miss M.
Kaulukou, .1. B. Mann, B. Kinney,
Miss Hawthorn, S. S. Peek, M. H.
Driimmond, 15. Smith, F. K. Lock,
A. Tavares, Miss I). ledeiros, Miss
Kauhine, lie Fat, Miss He Fat, P.
Tavares, L. Fernandez, ('.McQueen,
Mis. Takahashi, K. S. Lee, W.
Souza, .1. II. Wright, K. Miyake,
K. Morita, Mrs. Rankin, Miss W.
Fanvcll, Miss N. Swanzy, E. A.
Crcevey and wife, H. R. G rover, (,'.
(). Smith, Miss M. Heiier, Miss A.
Keaeh, I'. Lovell, J. J. Pavao, A.
W. Oluiel, S. E. Wnolev, Dr. A.
E. Braley, Mrs. .1. R. Amorin, Mrs.
A. Goieveia, Francis Dew, K. K.C.
Yap, M. Vi. iia. Mis II. Pohina,
Mis L. Pohina. A. A. Sooug, Ro
bert Cluing, T. Iliizumi and wife,
Church At Kapaa
Sunday was a red letter day at
the Kapaa church. Mr. Lydgate
was there for the morning service
and gave them a live talk which
was the more enjoyable becauie it
was in the vernacular. In the af
ternoon Mrs. Wm. Hyde Rice hel
a special meeting with the women
of the local branch of the II ui Aloha
which was well attended anil di
veloped much interest.
The Portuguese Athletic Club
walked all over the Filipinos in tin
baseball game at Hanamaulu Sun
day afternoon, the score being 23
to i) in favor of the former.
The results by
P. A. C. 1 2 3 4 5 (i 7 8 9 Total
Runs 7 0 1 1 2 (i 1 0 5 23
Hits 3 1 0 1 1 1 2 0 3 12
F. A. C. 1 2 3 1 5 (i 7 9 Total
Runs 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 (i 0 9
Hits 1 0 0 2 1 1 0 3 0 S
innings were as
Up-to-date Livery, Draying and Boarding Stable and Auto
BETWEEN LIHUE and KEKAHA
Leaving Lihue every Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Leaving Kekaha every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
ARRIVING AT THEIR DESTINATION IN THREE HOURS
F. WEBER Manager.
Telephone 43 W Waimea P. O. Box 71
For The House
ed at Honolulu.
Dated, July 31st. 1010.
Al.KXANlli'.li & R U!Y1X, LlMtTKI),
By J. It. G.u.r, Second Vice-Presi
By J W.ri:iuiorsK,
Treasurer Assignee of Mortgagee.
David Kanealii. of Wainiha,
Hanalei, Kauai, hereby announces
The undersigned having been this
lav uuiv apponiteu Administrator
I i i i j r Ti. l
himself to be a candidate for iiom- 01 Jiaie 01 nrgarei runonu
ination by the Republican Prim- Akina (w) late of Waimea, Kauai,
ary for the House of Representa- deceased intestate notice is hereby
tives. I it! veil in nil nersons liiiviniT claims
in - x n
Wauulia. Hanalei. May 15. 1916. tlgajntst raid 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
at Waimea, Kauai, within six
months from the 25th day of July,
1910, when this notice will appear
for the first time in the Garden Is
land newspaper of Lihue, Kauai, or
they will lie forever iiarrcd; and all
persons indebed to said estate are
hereby requested to make imme
diate payment to the undersigned.
Lihue, Kauai, July 20th, 1910.
Joskph A. Akina,
Administrator, Estate of Margaret
July 25. Aug. 1-8-15.
with Rmmded Inside Co nun
oeonatrncted that the mort dell-
i tastement it retained In food keot
tm uwir clean, wnoieaome, aanttary
PRESERVATION OP PURITY,
are all combined in the
Aak to tee thlawondexfnlSafdgtatar
X our atare.
Or write lor prices uml literature.
W. W. Dimond & Co.. Ltd.
"The House of Housewares"
iiU-li.) King St.
We neatly pack and mail
Hawaii & South Seas Curio
Kekaha Pays Extra
In addition to the regular divi
dend of two per cent, Kekaha Sug
ar Company will pay an extra divi
dend of three per cent on the first
each of September, October and
November, making a total of five
per cent to lie paid to stockholders
on those ilales.
Twenty-two elegant rooms
In Main Building
Three Airy Cottages
Cuisine unexcelled in country
W. H. Rice, Jr.,
The Best Value
for Your Money
The Regal Shoe
Perfect in style, fit, and
We have many different
styles in stock,
J J J
REGAL SHOE STORE
Mail orders promptly executed.
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
For Frying-For Shortening
For Cake Maying
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 flakiness and digestibility.
Crisco always is of the same freshness and consistency.
It's uniform quality makes for uniform results.
kverything in the
Silver and Gold Line. "
Rich Cut Glass and
Merchandise of the
Best Quality Only.
P. O. Box 342 Honolulu
Crisco gives richness at smaller cost, It brings cake
. making back to popularty. Butter bills are reduced and
cakes stay fresh and moist longer.
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Made in the clean
est most sanitary fact
ory in the world.
For Sale at
Has a most pleasing
effect on delicate skin,
besides making it
healthy and clean.