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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1916,
KAPHA MAN DEATH
The Artvcrviaer, of Honolulu, tolls
tho following story having to do
with a Kapna business man :
This is not a story of a drunken
cockroach. It is a plain warning
not to paste revenue stamps on wine
barrels unles you wish the stamps
destroyed. It cost the Kapaa Wine
Company, Kauai, the amount of
the expenses of Charles B. Gray,
manager of the company, on a trip
to Honolulu and the office of the
collector of internal revenue, just to
find out that cockroaches prefer rev
enue stamps as a steady diet to al
most any other sort of food.
Mr. Gray arrived in Collector
T To 1 rfv U t illhtn fmutntliivr -- Ann X
visibly anxious. lie feared for the'
safety of about $250 worth of gov-'
eminent revenue stamps which he'
has pasted upon wine barrels of his
Rhirk ns4 inMtriHtrr1 Kv tlin low nf i
ALBERT HORNER TO
THE REGULAR ARMY
It will doubtless be a great sur
prise to friends of Albert Horner,
Jr., of Kapaa, to learn that he will
take the examination for appoint
ment to a second lieutenancy in the
regular army. Homer is now a first
During my absence from the Ter
ritory of Hawaii, II. V. Knight,
Nawiliwili, Kauai, will act for me
under full power of attorney .
C. W. Spitz.
Lihuf, Sept. 22. IMS.
In the Offick ok the Treasurer
of the Territory of Hawaii.
In the Matter of the Copartner
ship of GAY & ROBIK80X.
lieutenant in the Fourth Infantry, .statement of change in constitution
v n it : ...
of said copartnership.
tho land and the treasury depart-
What can I do
he asked Haley,
to save that lot,"
who was struggling to keep, a grave
and sympathetic countenance.
"Give n.e an affidavit that the
stamps were pasted on the barrel
according to law and we'll call it
square," said Haley, after delving
into his lwoks, "and then smear
alcohol on the stamps. Roaches
never drink loozc."
Gray departed to obey instruc
tions, while Ralph Johnstone.deputy
collector and his superior gazed
blankly intc each other's face.
"Fifteen years I have been in this
department, and that's the first
time I ever heard of such a thing,"
said Johnstone. And Haley nodded.
At Lihue Church
The Sunday service of the Lihue
Union church was well attended, in
spite of the late hours the night be
fore, and was a specially impres
sive occasion because of the recep
tion of new membets on confession
of faith, and the celebration of v the
Lord's Supper. The choir rendered
a fine anthem "Incline Thine
Ear" with specially good effect.
Next Sunday Dr. Robert Day Wil
liams, President oj the Mid-Pacific
Institute, will preach on "Positive
i. u. xi., passing a very nne ex- i
amination in June of this year and
receiving his commission a short
time later. A Honolulu paper says
of the coming tests:
Of a list of 14 candidates to be
ordered for examination for appoint
ment as second lieutenants in the
army, names of two civilians 1st
Lieut. Albert Horner, Jr., 4th In
fantry, National Guard, and George
W. Titus of this city are included.
The other 12 names are of men in
the regular army or army reserve
The list of names was issued to.
day from headquarters of the Ha
waiian department in response to a
request from the war department.
The examinations are held under
regulations of the National Defense
Titus is an engineer with James
T. Taylor of the Stangenwald build
ing, while Horner is factory super
intendent of the Hawaiian Canneries
Company, Ltd., of Kapaa, Kauai'
He has been an enthusiastic sup
porter and officer of the guard since
the organization of the 4th Infan
try. A live Church Choir
The Lihue Union church choir is
getting to be a very popular insti
tution, and we understand that
there is a growing conviction that it
is a good thing to belong to it. It
is whispered that they have very
pleasant times at the weekly re
hearsals, with an occasional "spe
cial" thrown in. This is what hap
pened on Thursday evening last,
when they were entertained by Mrs.
J. M. Lydgate at a buffet supper in
advance of tho regular rehearsal.
And in spite of most inclement wea
ther they were there. In addition
to the regular church requirements,
they have in hand some very choice
music for coming special occasions,
such as Thanksgiving and Christmas.
Notice is hereby given that the
constitution of the above named
copartnership of GAY & .ROBIN
SON, a firm carrying on business
in the District of Waimea, County
of Kauai, Territory of Hawaii, has
been changed by the deaths of Mrs.
Helen Robinson, and Mrs. Jane R.
Gay, two members of the said firm,
and that the surviving members of
the said firm, namely, the under
signed FRANCIS GAY, AUBREY
ROBINSON and MRS. ALICE
ROBINSON, arc continuing, and
will continue, the said copartner
ship, and the business thereof, un
der the said firm name of GAY &
Dated, Scptemlier 18th, 1916.
Mrs. Alice Robinson.
Keena o ka Pcuku o ka Teritore
E pili ana i ka Hui o Gay anie
Olelo Hoololi i ka Kumukanawai o
' ua Hui nei.
Ke hoolaha ia aku nci o ka ku
mukanawai o ka Hui o Gav anie
Robinson, he hui e lawclawe ana i
ka hana ma Waimea, Kalana o
Kauai, Teritori o Hawaii, ua hoo
loli ia ma ka make ana o Mis.
Helen Robinson ame Mrs. Jane R.
Gay, elua lala o ua Hui ala, a o na
lala e ola nei, o ua Hui ala, oia na
mea no lakou na inoa malalo iho
nei, Francis Gay, Aubrey Robinson,
ame Mrs. Alice Robinson ke hoo
hana nei, a e hoohana aku ana i ua
Hui nei malalo no o ka inoa Hui
Gay ame Robinson.
Hanaia i keia la 18 o Scpatemn
Mrs. Alice Robinson.
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