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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 7. 1916
Hawaiian Trust Company Limited
State Deposit Vaults
Honolulu, T. H.
(CAPITAL AND SURPLUS OVER $450,000.)
Stocks and Bonds Real Estate Insurance
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OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS
E. D. TENNEY, President
J. R. GALT, Treasurer
C. H. COOKE, Vice-President GEO. R. CARTER, 2nd Vice-President
W. H. WALKER, Assistant Treasurer S. G. WILDER, Secretary
F. C. ATHERTON, Director
R. B. ANDERSON, Director
C. H. ATHERTON, Director
THE GARDEN ISLAND PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
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THE GARDEN ISLAND
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K. C. HOPPER, - - - Business Manager
(Continued from page 1)
Shacklelon After Marooned Men
Sydney Shackleton will leavo tomorrow to rescue ten men left in
the far south. Captain Frank Worslcy will accompany him.
Would Liberate Thieves
San Francisco Counsel for tho Western Fuel Company has sent a
plea to President Wilson asking that sentences on the officers of tho com
pany bo remitted. President Smith, of tho fuel company, got two years
and other officers up to eighteen months each for fraudulent weighing of
The Troubles Of Mexico
El Paso Americans from Chihuahua declare that Dr. Fisher was
executed by Villaistas because he was au Amorican. Villa is moving
south of Parral. Trevino is strengthening tho fortifications of Chihuahua
city and .mounting field guns to protect tho approaches.
Warsaw Von Beseler today read the proclamation of the inde
pendence of Poland. Hundreds volunteered for the army to be raised.
The'president of the council thanked von Beseler for -his speech and
said that the Poles would be found worthv of their trust.
Y. I C. 11. NOTES
Mr. T. Brandt is going to talk to
the Waimea club Saturday night
on current events. Mr. W. C. Avery
is clown on tho same program for a
few chemical experiments and u
talk. Win. Wright is tho president
of this live organization and will
preside at tho meeting.
All club meetings and night school
classes are held in the public school
building. It was through the efforts
of Mr. Brandt that the Board of
Supervisors put electric lights in
tho school. This "wider use of tho
school building" movement is a
good one and tho association is go
ing to encourage it all it can.
At Kckaha the government school
was too far from the source of elec
tric current so Mr. Win. Schultzo
had lights put into the Japanese
language school. Two classes of
Japanese young men and ono of
Filipinos arc now studying English
two nights n week.
Tho Kekaha Japanese boys have
a tine brass band in tho making.
Mr. Win. Kruse, Jr., is the power
behind the throne.
Ovor forty Filipino young men
turned out Thursday night to hear
Dr.Wm. H. Fry. They enjoyed
.;his messcge. A talk on THRIFT waB
.given by tho county secretary.
Dr. Fry held a Filipino Metho
dist conferenco at tho Makaweli
Camp 4 church Wednesday night
which was attended by an oven
hundred. Mr. Robert P. Jesse, who
successfully teaches tho Camp -1
night school, and Secretary Loomis
assisted Dr. Fry.
Capt. Harry Y. Smythe of Mc
Brydo plantation is doing a com
mendable piece of work with his
camp 7 Filipinos. He is tenching
them English, boxing and other re
quisites of American citizenship.
The men appreciate tho new club
house that Mr. Frank A. Alexander
has put up for them. Dr. Fry
spoke to tho men at their special
drill Friday night on the character
istics of a good soldier.
Tho Lihuo Filipino Club had :
fine meeting last night in tho club
house the plantation has fixed up
lor thorn near the railroad tracks
llio Jjilnic Japanese young men
have decided to have an orchestra.
They are hard it, but haven't reach
ed tho concert stage yet.
Rev. J. M. Lydgate is going to
give some of his famous illustrated
travel talks to the different clubs of
the island in tho near future. His
slides on Norway, Alaska, and Ja
pan are especially fine.
A Thrift Campaign" will soon
be inaugurated for tho special bene
fit of tho Filipino club members.
Arbor Day is a week from Friday.
Some of the young men are going
to put out trees.
The second annual "Get-Togeth
er Supper" of tho Kauai older boys I
attending Honolulu schools will be
held soon. Mr. Loomis has been
invited to attend it.
Volunteers are wanted. If you
can sing a song, danco a jig, tell a
story, teach a Bible class, or umpire
a ball game, tell some member of
the Y. M. C. A. committee and they
will "put you at it."
Messis. A.O. Kaulukouand in.
O. dwell should get tho Knm
boys together and put on another
concert. Mr. Geo. Andrus will bo
up here in January and ho could
help. Those held in Lihuo and Wni
inea last June were very successful.
Tip Top Restaurant
Wednesday, November 8, 1916
Island Turkky with Cranhkrry Sauce
Fkknoii Pkas Mashed Potatoes
Mince Pie Ice Cream Apple Pie
1.00 per Plate
THE BANK OF HAWAII,
Liiiuk, KAUAr, HAWAir
Deposits are received subject
to check. Certificates of de
posit issued payable on de
mand. Loans made on ap
Drafts Drawn on
San Francisco Berlin
New York Hong Kong
Interest paid on Savings De
posits. 4 per cent on ordi
nary and 4 per cent on Term
Deposits. Ordinary Savings
Deposits will be received up to
22,500 in any one account.
Safk Dkposit Boxits FOR
Runt $2 and 3 a Ykar
Christmas Books And
Our list of books for children and
grown folks is particularly pood.
In ordering state what titles you
prefer in books and what kind of
sentiment cards you wish. We
will mail to you on approval..
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(Continued from page 1.)
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give proper attention to the interests
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revenues for the samo period, to
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taxes, and interest; also a genera!
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count of new construction, accounts
receivable, bills and notes receiv
able, bills and notes payable, loans
and notes chargeable, real estate
mortgage notes, capital stock, bond
ed debt, surplus reserve, profit and
loss, cash on hand and in banks,
stocks and bonds owned, tolls receiv
ed, salaries paid, contingencies,
maintenance of central offices, main
tenance of polo lines and wire, pow
er expense, number of instruments
removed, number of new instru
ments installed, and percentage of
increase over tho previous year."
J. Senda, the photographer, wishes to
announce that he is now located in his
new studio in the Tip Top Building,
Lihue, where he is prepared to give you
the very latest: and best in the pho
tographer's art. The public is cordially
invited to- visit the studio and inspect
the different departments. Mr. Senda
also desires to say that his kodak de
veloping and printing department will
be the very latest and that films sent lo
him will be ready for delivery within
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