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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 26, 1916
THE STATUS OF THE II. G. H
tet 8 of the Revised Law9 of Ha-lka makemake o ka niahele 2 o ka
wail, 1916, a Primary Election for pauku 29 o tia Kanawai lloohui
the purpose of making noriiina- huiia o Hawaii nei, 1915, ma keia
tions for a Delegate to the House Ike hoolaha aku nei an i kekalii
I Ham fvAm ti rra l I f n .. f . a .! . ...
x.wuui.w.uu . oi itepreseniauves oi tne united mauele o ua hoolaha la elike me
The formation of a regiment, instead of a battalion and two extra com- States and for a Senator and Rep- ka mea i pili mai i ke Kalana o
panics on Kauai, had the full approval oi the Inspector-Instructor, alter resentatives of the Legislature of Kauai, Teritore o Hawaii, penei
ne naa VlSlteU Hie lSUinu UUU Blt-u up iuc UYtuuiuic umnriiui. tlie Tprritnrv nf Hawaii no nn Tt-wwt a tt'a n.tnWi
, , , . , ... t. . ' nwi.ftiift ivwnu CAift
'I. f orwaraea unaer separate cover is a pnoiotTapnoi me m iniuii- oart ctilor v Iipi-p nafr art fnrM- tmn
irv nlfon rtn tlm rwvnsinn of n rptrimontal review and insnection at Lihue. , . . I V
July 4 last. Only men provided with uniforms were photographed, iA" r ,TO nAV 1 kulike ai me na ole, ka
wh nh loft a lni-co nnmhpr of mon out of the nieture. When it is stated -." vn.M. aioKuna 8 o na Kanawai Hoohui-
that in many cases enlisted men have personally paid for the making of OF OCTOBER, A. D. 1916, with-" huiia 0 Hawaii nei. 1915. ke hoo-
V their uniforms and leggins, and in other instances company commanders in the County of Kauai, Territory hahaia aku nei ma keia e malamaia
i furmshedf ?m "?VrrnTS' t S 0f Hawaii' between the hours of ana he Koho Balota Wae Moho no
ui iu huh iui iiuiiuuj . v.v "MS o'clock, a. iti.nnrf Wrlnrlr. i. m. t , .
lT0ni hr,,a roiaor tr nr vnln mi hsnrint on about, 82;i. XK . for the con- ' r- a wai ana ae 1 mau mono no Ke
struction of armories for the National Guard, andvarious plantations
and individuals have provided transportation for troops and furnished
grounds, which is estimated at about 830,000 per year. This is taken
to be another indication of the General enthusiasm.
The Senatorial District and the
number of candidates' for Senator
to be nominated by each political
party is as follows:
FOURTH DISTRICT Islands
of Kauai and Niihau one.
The Representative District and
the number of candidates for Rep-
presentatives to be nominated bv
Samuel I. Johnson,
Brigadier Geneaal, N. G. II.
TERRITORY OF HAWAII
THE ADJUTANT GENERAL'S OFFICE
August 29, 1916.
From: The Adjutant General of Hawaii.
Subject: Reconsideration action re recognitiou companies 2rd and 4th eacn political party is as follows
Infantrv. L SlArH mSTKlCT-
1 . In reference to vour letters of July 10. 1916, and July 31, 1916, FOUR.
and indorsements from this office, attention is invited to the fact that The Representative District,
new developments have arisen in connnection with the personnel of both Precincts and Polling Places are as
these regiments, and a reconsideration of former action is therefore re- follows
qutfJltu- SIXTH REPRESENTATIVE
2. The approved opinion of the Judge Advocate General of the DISTRICT F OUR Till SENA
Armv i nnw in thn pfWt, flint Filininns who have declared their intcn- . . .
, " . --- ----r --- . . q0 r-7 lUKIAi, 1JISTKICT. The Is amis
tirm tn uu'nmn mti7pna nrp plunhlp tn loin thfi in 1 1 IT in. unnflr hPC O.l
National Defense Act of June 3, 1916. This office was bo informed by - Kauai an Niihau. constituting
cablegram from the Militia Bureau, of August 17. the County of Kauai.
a Vr.ni lottpr rf .Tiiltr 10 in rcfprpnpA in Hnpp.inl insrwption of com- I FIRST PRECINCT:' The Is-
panies of the 3rd Infantry, Btated as follows in regard to Companies C, land of Niihau. Polling Place, Nii
kulana Elele i ka Haleo na Luna
niakaainana o Amerika Huipuia. a
i Senaloa a i mau Lunaniakaainana
i ka Ahaolelo o ke Teritore o Ha
waii nei, elike me ia i hoikcia ma-
lala iho nei, ma ka
POAONO KA LA 7 O OKA-
?T I" T f t- r. f- - A trt ft ttfA f M. -n I
KttufifliAnvjimaiKit;i TOBA, M H. 1916, malcko o ke
hau school house.
SKCUU FKISCIKCT: The
portion of the District of Waimea,
D, F, G, and H
The enlisted personnel of these companies, being made up in
whole or in part of Filipinos, cannot be recognized as units of
the National Guard.
In view of the fact that Fihmnos are now considered eligible, it is
requested that decision in regard to these companies be reconsidered,
and that all these companies be recognized by the Militia Bureau
4. It is thought that the suggestion contained in your letter of
July 31. that the 4th Infantry be re-organized as a battalion, was based
on the belief that Filipinos were ineligible, and that it would be impos
sible to maintain a regimental organization without men of this nation- Polling Place, Kekaha school house
ahty. In view of the approval decision of the Judge Advocate General THIRD PRECINCT: The pair
.. v f l x a . ii it -i ii urn..' t : .1 i
tt.xve reierreu to, uw requesieu inaiine uuua bureau mnur n tUm of the District 0f Waimea, on
Kalana o Kauai, Teritore
wan, mawaena o ka hora 8 a. m.,
ame ka hora 5 p. tn.
APANA KOHO SENATOA.
Kn Apana Koho Senatoa ame ka
mil o ua moho benatoa e waeia ai
e ka aoao kalaiaiua hookahi, penei
APANA EH A Mokupuni o
Kauai ame Niihau Hookahi.
APANA KOHO LUNAMAKA
Ka Apana Koho Lunamakaai
nana a me ka nui o na moho Luna
makaainana e waeia ai e ka aoao
kalaiaina hookahi, penei no:
Maloko o ka APANA KOHO
Na Apana Koho Lunaniakaai-
on the Island of Kauai, west of the nana, Na Mahele Koho Balota ame
boundary between the Kekaha and na Wain e koiio ualota ai, penei
Waimea olantations and aline in no:
extension thereof along the west
ern edge of Waimea Valley to the
southern boundary o f Na Pali.
the Island of Kauai, between the
action in regard to Companies C, D, F, II, K and M, 4th Infantry, and
extended recocmitum to all these units.
Tl . , . . , , , , . second precinct ana tne Ded ot tne
It is urgently requested that in view of the long delay in gecur- .... ,,.
inir nnninmnnl fni. iliocn nnnmiWmn in (Vo nUua cnnr.l'fio.1 .MailinaUll alley. foiling riaCC
companies be extended immediately. If, however, another special in- Waimea courthouse,
spection is required by the JNlihtia iiureau, it is requested that this oiticei rUUKIH l'RliUl.l: . Ine
be so notified by radiogram. However, as the presence of rihpinos in remainder of the District of Wai
aTu- : r i . j ,. 1 1 . i i : . : . l. a l I
me cumpaiiius anecieu uy tne recL-ui bpeciai inspt'ciion uppears iu ue wit mea Polling Place Makaweli
puuuijjiii i-iiiise iui iiiiii-recugiimuii, uiiu, an una iuuw iiua iiuw uccu i .. .
removed, it is hoped that another inspection will not be required.
Samuel I. Johnson
Brig. Gen., N. G. II.
THE TICKET AS IT WILL BE
Certified list of candidates to be voted for in the County of Kauai at
the Primary Election to be held on October th. A. D. 1916.
CANDIDATES FOR OFFICE OF DELEGATE TO 65TH CONGRESS
Name and Hawaiian Equivalent, Addrcsd,
Jonah Kuhio Kalanianaole Kapiolani Bldg., Honolulu.
Abraham L. Louisson (Aberahama L. Laukona) Paauilo, Hawaii.
Lincoln L. McCandless (Linekona Eliwai) Liliha Street, Honolulu
CANDIDATES FOR OFFICE OF SENATOR.
Fourth Senatorial District.
Name and Hawaiian Equivalent. Address.
J. II. Coney Lihue, Kauai
Issac S. Kaiu (Ikaaka S. Kaiu) Kealia, Kauai.
John S. Chandler (Kanala)
CANDIDATES FOR OFFICE OF REPRESENTATIVE.
Sixth Representative District.
Name and Hawaiian Equivalent.
Edward Kuapuhi Iosua Hanalei, Kauai.
John De Cam bra Jerves Kalaheo, Kauai,
D. Kanealii Hanalei, Kauai,
James K. Kula Koloa, Kauai.
James K. Lota Hanalei, Kauai.
Charles H. Wilcox (Kale Wilikoki) Lihue, Kauai.
Ioseph I (Iokepa I ) Lihue, Kauai.
Samson D. Z. Naahielua. Waimea, Kauai.
Henry Puni Koloa, Kauai.
FIFTH PRECINCT: The por
tion of the District of Koloa west
of the west boundary of the land
of Koloa. Polling Place, office of
the McBryde Sugar Company at
biAin FKiiijNUi: ihe re
mainder of the District of Koloa.
Polling Place. Koloa courthouse.
SEVENTH PRECINCT: The
District ot Lihue. Polling place,
District Court Room at Lihue.
iilUiilH. rKiiLUNvJl: Tne
District o f Kawaihau. Polling
Place, Kapaa courthouse.
NINTH PRECINCT: The por
tion of the District of Hanalei east
of the Kalihiwai stream. Polling
Place, Kilauea schoolhouse.
TENTH PRECINCT: The re
mainder of the District of Hanalei.
Polling Place, Waioli courthouse.
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF.
APANA KOHO LUNAMAKA
AINANA EONO APANA
KOHO SENATOA EHA.
U ua Mokupuni o Kauai ame
Niihau oia no ke Kalana o Kauai
MAHELE EKAHI: Ka Moku
puni o .Niihau, Wain Koho, hale
kula o Niihau.
MAHELE ELUA: Keia hapa
o ka Apana o waimea, ma ka
Mokupuni o Kauai, ma ka aoao
komohana aku o ka palena ma
waena o na mahiko o Kekaha ame
Waimea ame kekahi kaha loihi
pili ana me ke kae komohana o ke
Awaawa o Waimea a hiki i ka
palena hema o Na Pali. Wahi Ko
ho, halekula o Kehaha.'
MAHELE EKOLU: Ka hapa
o ka Apana o waimea, ma ka
Mokupuni o Kauai, e waiho ana
mawaena o ka niaueie eiua ame
lalo o ke Awaawa o Mahinauli
Wabi Koho, hale hookolokolo (
MAHELE EHA: Ke koena
mai o ka Apana o Waimea. Wahi
Koho, halekula o Makaweli
MAHELE ELIMA: Kahapao
ka Apana o Koioa ma ka aoao
komohana aku o ka. palena komo
hana o ka aina o Koloa. Wahi
Koho, keeha kupakako o ka Hui
Mahiko o McBryde ma Wahiawa
MAHELE EONO: Ke koena
mai o ka Apana o Koloa. Wahi
Koho, hale hookolokolo o Koloa
MAHELE EHIKU: Ka Apana
Address. 1 bave hereunt0 se my hand 0 Lihue. Wahi Koho, Keena o ka
At tjie annual meeting of the
Wainiha Ilui land, held at Wai
niha, Kauai mi the 7th., Sept. 191G,
the following officers were elected
to serve for the ensuing year:
James K. Apolo, President;
Geo.W. Mahikoa, Vice-president;
Win. Werner, Manager; ,
Henry Birkniyer, Treasurer;
II. K. Kanehe, Secretary;
A Menefoglio, Auditor;
S. K. Kapua, Director;
R. W. Kahea, Director;
all of the above named constitute
the Boaid of Directors.
Hanalei, Kauai, 9th. Sept., 191C.
H. K. Kaneiie,
Wainiha Hui Land, Secretary.
Sept. 19-26. Oct. 3-10.
PUBLIC NOTICE OF PRIMARY
(Seal) and caused the Great Seal
of the Territory of Hawaii to
DONE at the Capitol in Hono
lulu, this 31st day of August, A.
Wade Warren Thayer,
Secretary of Hawaii.
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF,
I have hereunto set my hand
(Seal) and caused the Seal of the
County of Kauai. Territory of
Hawaii, to be affixed hereto.
IJONK at the County Seat at
Aha Hookolokolo Apana ma Lihue
MAHELE EWALU: Ka Apa
na o Kawaihau. Wahi Koho, hale
hookolokolo o Kapaa.
MAHELE EIWA: Ka hapa
ka Apana o Hanalei ma ka aoao
hikina nei o ke kahawai o Kalihi
wai. Wahi Koho, halekula o Ki
MAHELE UMI: Ke koena aku
o ka Apana o Hanalei. Wahi Ko
ho, hale hookolokolo ma Waioli
I HOIKE NO KA OIAIO O
KEIA, ke kau nei au malal
aenei o keia i ko'u lima me k
Lihue this 1st day of September, (Sila) hoopili pu ara mai i keSil
I. J. Mahiai Kaneakua. County A- D- 1916-
Clerk of the County of Kauai,
Territory of Hawaii, do hereby
certify that I have, on the 1st day
of September A, D. 1916, received
from the Honorable Wade Warren
Thayer, Secretary of Hawaii, a
Public Notice of Primary Election,
and in accordance with paragraph
2 of section 29 of the Revised Laws
of Hawaii. 19 15, I do hereby pub
1 . tl 1 r . .
usii so mucn ot saia notice as is
applicable to the County of Kauai.
Territory of Hawaii, as follows:
pitrt tp vnTrrP. rp pbiuabv
J. Mahiai Kaneakua.
County Clerk, County of Kauai.
MA KE KAUOHA
HOOLAHA KOIIO BALOTA
Owau o J. Mahiai Kaneakua,
Kakauolelo o ke Kalana o Kauai,
Teritore o Hawaii, ma keia ke
hooia nei au ua loaa mai ia'u ma
keia la 1, o Scpatetnaba, M. II,
1916, mai ka Mea Ilanohano Wade
warren i nayer, Kakauolelo o
Notice is beieby given that in Hawaii nei, he hoolaha koho ba
uttoruautc wuu me terms oi cnap 'iota wae mono, a l kulike ai me
Nui o ke Teritore o Hawaii
Hanaia ma ka Hale Aupun
Poo ma Honolulu l keia la 31
o Augate. M. H. 1916.
Wade Warren Thayer.
Kakauolelo o Hawaii
I HOIKE NO KA OIAIO O KE
IA, ke kau nei au malalo aenei
o keia i ko'u lima me ka hoopi
(Sua) pu ana mat i W Sila o k
Kalana o 'Kauai, Teritori o Ha
HANAIA ma ke Kahua Hale
Poo Oihana Aupuni ma Lihue
keia la 1 o Sepatemaba, M. II
J. Mahiai Kaneakua,
Kakauolelo, Kalana o Kauai,
Without question, the best
belt i n the world. Cut
from the back-bone portion
of oak-tanned leather and
Catton, Neill, & Co., Ltd.
Wa lmea Stables
Up-to-date Livery, Draying and Boarding Stable and Auto- s
Livery Business. I
BETWEEN LIHUE and KEKAHA I
Leaving Lihue every Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Leaving Kekaha every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. 1
ARRIVING AT THEIR DESTINATION IN THREE HOURS
F. WEBER Manager. I
Telephone 43 W Waimea P. O. Box 71
Special Savings on Bone-Cutters for
. Cuts all kinds of bone and meat scraps
which make the best kind of food for
chickens both for fattening and laying.
Until this special line is cleared out
the following special prices should be
taken adavntage of:
$16.50 value at $11.00
$12.50 value at $8.50
$18.50 value at $15.00
Lewers& Cooke, Ltd. I
King Street. Honolulu.
For Fry'mg-For Shortening
For Cae 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 flakiness and digestibility.
Crisco always is of the same freshness and consistency.
It's uniform quality makes for uniform results.
Crisco gives richness at smaller cost, It brings cake
making back to popular'ty. Butter bills are reduced and
cakes stay fresh and moist longer.
Hit i nil
it i result ot
I IMPERIpft i
i I I rif hi
w an antiaePtic I
P P soap, made for V 1 I
"J vJU " Nursery, Toilet f W I
g and general I
. i purposes. y I
Is wrapped to
insure delivery to
i- : .
and to retain
A it's original
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.