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THE GARDEN ISLAND. TUESDAY, JANUARY 9, 1)17.
WOULD GOME HERE
Wm. Henry Rice, Kauai member
of the Hawaii Promotion Commit
tee, lias received the following in
teresting and self -explanatory letter
from A. P. Taylor, secretary of that
"Mr. Hamriek, Director of the
United States Weather Pureau at
Honolulu, has authority to extend
his service to many other points in
"In conversation with me on this
subject today he stated that equip
ment' such as barometer, thermo
meter and other special instruments
needed to obtain records of the
. weather would be furnished to any
particular point providing some
person in each district will do the
pro lono act by taking the readings
of the various instruments daily and
forwarding the same to his depart
ment. There will be no compensa
tion for anyone.
. On this Island for many years
such men as W. R. Castle and oth
ers have furnished Mr. Hamriek all
daily readings of their instruments.
Mr. lianinek lias been given
authority to establish a station on
Midway Island, and he hopes to be
able in time to forecaste weather
conditions from the daily records re
ceived from Midway and from the
various islands of this group.
From our own standpoint, it
strikes me that it would be a very
desirable thing to have weather con
ditions from your island received
daily by Mr. Hamriek which would
be furnished to this committee and
could be displayed on our bulletin
board every day. This would be
quite helpful to tourists who make
inquiry at our counter concerning
their plans to visit other islands
and as to the weather conditions.
From this standpoint alone, I lie
lieve it would be a valuable thing
"I am bringing this to your at
tention, as a member of our Promo
tion Committee and believe it might
be well to bring it before the Kauai
Chamber of Commerce which or
ganization could then take the mat
ter up directedly with Mr. Ham
riek at Honolulu."
Passengers In And Out
The following arrived by the Ki
nau Wednesday morning: Mr. and
Mrs. Richter and child, A. O. Uot
tleson, Geo. McDermott, Mrs An
drews and daughter, Miss Austin,
Mrs. Omsted, C. A. Franz, Miss li.
(Ionics, Miss Findley, C. W. Grotc,
C. Norton, Mrs. C. 151ake and two
children, 0 C. Space, Mrs. Ilanna,
A. Gartley, G. F. Rankin, E. W.
Halse, Miss M. Kanikela, Mrs.
Schiinmolfennig, I. C. Macdonald,
L. A. Dickey, Dr and Mrs. Branch,
H. Wolters, C S. Dole, HOneha,
K. C. Ahana, Kim Tong Ho, E.
Garcia and wife, L. Mendrigues,
Mrs. L. Kawela.
The following sailed by the steam
er Maui for Honolulu: Air. anil
Mrs. A. II. Rice, children and ser
vants. Lieut. Charles B. Lyman,
Sheriff Werner and daughter, Miss
Fennel, Miss Pillar, Miss Wright,
Miss Roderick, Miss Kramer, Miss
Pendnian, K. kanjau, G. Little,
Dr. Rralcy, J. Brandt, J. C. Brown
W. Mahonev, J. Roderick, Mr. and
Mrs. Kramer and child, Miss Pau-
ole. Mr. and Mrs. Kasberner and
children, Mrs. Ishinose and chil
Mrs. Chas. Blake and two chil
dren arrived in the Kinau Wednes
day morning. They were in Hono
lulu at the iinie of the tragic death
of Mr. Blake.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Estate of Richard Lyon Hughes,
The undersigned, having been
duly appointed administratrix of
the estate of Richard Lyon Hughes,
deceased, hereby gives public notice
to all creditors of the said deceased,
to present their claims, duly authen
ticated and with proper vouchers,
if any exist, even if the claim is
secured by mortgage upon real es
tate, to her, the undersigned, at
the oflice of her attorney, Philip L.
luce, l.ihue, Kauai, within six
months from the date of the -first
publication of this notice, such date
being January 9, 1917, or said
claims will le forever barred
Lihue, January 9, 1917.
Maroaket Scott Hughes,
Administratrix of the Estate of
Richard Lyon Hughes, deceased.
Philip L. Rue,
Attorney for the Administratrix.
Jan. 9-16-23-30. Feb. f
BANK OF HAWAII, Limited
HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
Statement of Condition
At Close of Business, December 30, 1916
Capital, Paid Up 8 U00,(XX).00
Surplus and Undivided
Pension Fund . 45, 716. 75
Letters of Credit Out
standing 153, 132.45
Reserved for Interest. 15,500.00
Deposits . 10,015,736.90
Loans, Discounts and
Bank Premises, Lihue
Under Letters of Credit
Cash and due from
8 11, 070,378. St)
Territory of Hawaii,
City ami County of Honolulu
I. A. LEWIS, Jr., Vice-President and Manager, being first duly
sworn, do solemnly swear that the ahove is true to the best of iny know
ledge and Itclief.
A. LEWIS, JR.,
Vice-President and Manager.
F. C. ATIIERTON,
J. A. M-CANDLESS,
E. F. BISHOP,
Subseriled and sworn to before me this 2nd day of January, 1917,
J. D. MARQUES,
Notary Public, First Judicial Circuit, T. H.
C. II. COOKE...
E. T. D. TEN NY
A. LEWIS, JR..
F. B. DAMON..
passenger Ford. A 1 eondi-
Vice-President ami Manage
G. FULLER Assistant Cashu
McCORRISTON Assistant Cashu
B. CLARK .Assistant Cashu
G. II. DEVER1LL Assistant Cashu
A. B. CLARK Assistant Cashu
FRANK CRAWFORD Cashier Lihue Branch
A. ANDERSEN Cashier Waipahu Branch
AUDIT CO. HAWAII, LTD Auditor
II. Cooke, President.
T. Teniu y, President Castle k Cooke, Ltd.
Lewis, Jr., ice-President and Manager.
H. Athertnn, Treasurer Ewsi Plantation Co
F. Bishop, President C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
W. Macfarlane, Pres. Libby, McNeill it Libbv, Honolulu.
A. McCandless, Director of Oahu Sugar Co.
Geo. R. Carter, Director Hawaiian Trust Co., Ltd.
R. A. Cooke, President Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
F. B. Damon, Cashier.
F. C. Atherton. Director J. B. Atlu it.m Estate, Ltd.
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