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THE" GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, .APRIL 10, l$l7
(Special CorrospnmU'iieo of Tun (iaiuikn
Washington, D. C, March 23
The prohibition amendments of
fered by Senator Reed, of Missouri,
to the Post Office appropriation
bill were so drastic that the im
pression was created thai their
author expected to see prohibition
But, once .offered, the amend
ments were adopted, and became
part, of the Post Office appropria
tion Act, which was approved
March 3, are a follows
"That no letter, postal card,
circular, newspaper, pamphlet, or
publication of any kind containing
nnv advertisement of spirituous,
vinous, malted, fermented, or oth
er intoxicating liquors of any kind,
or containing a solicitation of an
order or orders for said liquors, or
any of them, shall be deposited in
or carried by the mails of the
United States, or be delivered by
any postmaster or letter carrier,
when addressed or directed to any
person, firm, corporation, or asso
ciation, oi other addressee, at any
place or point in any Sfate or Ter
ritory of the United States at which
it is by the law in force n the
State or Territory at that unlawful
to advertise respectively.
"If the publisher of any news
paper oi other publication or the
agent of such publisher, or if any
dealer in such liquors or his agent,
shall knowingly deposit or cause
to be deposited, or shall knowing
ly send or cause to be sent, any
thing to be conveyed or delivered
bv mail in violation of the provi
sions of this section ,or shall know
ingly deliver or cause to be deliv
ered by mail anything herein for
bidden to be carried by mail, shall
be fined not more than $1,000 or
imprisoned not more than six
months, or both;. and for any sub
sequent offense shall be imprison
ed not more than one year. Any
person violating anv provision of
this section may be tried and
punished, either in the district in
which the unlawful matter or pub
lication was mailed or to which it
was carried by mail for delivery,
according to direction thereon, or
in which it was caused to be de
livered by mail to the person to
whom it was addressed. Whoever
shall order, purchase, or cause in
toxicating liquors to be transport
ed in inter-state commerce, except
for scientific, sacramental, medi
cinal, and mechanical purposes,
into any State or Territory the
laws of which State or Territory
prohibit the manufacture or sale
therein of intoxicating liquors for
beverage purposes shall be punish
ed as afore said: Provided. That
nothing herein shall authorize the
shipment of liquor into any State
contrary to the laws of such State:
Provided further, That the Post-
mastenGeneral is hereby authoYiz
ed and directed to make public
from time to time in suitable bul
letins or public notices the names
of States in which it is unlawful
to advertise or solicit ordeis for
A resolution offered by Repre
sentative Moon extended the time
the Reed amendments should gc
into effect until July 1, 1917.
The joint resolution providing
for a Nationwide prohibition
amendment to the Constitution of
Xhi United States was reported to
the House but d.d not reach a
vote DubUesit will be pushed
with vigor bv the "drys" in Con
gress at the e.irlicst opportunity.
In a wrestling match with
practically no thrills throughout
the entire con est, Young Santeel
and Odozakura wtcst'ed thirty
fine minutes to a draw before a
Isrge crowd in Wainu-a.
the merchants who ad
vertisa tn this paper.
They will treat youfight
Information is wanted concern
ing the whereabouts of one Franz
Nicolai Oskar Dahl, a native of
Norway, who emigrated to Hawaii
some 33 years ago Any person
having any knowledge of this par
ty or his present whereabous is re
quested to communicate with the
Norwegian Consulate at Honolulu.
The following arrived by the Ki
nau Wednesdav morning Mr. and
Mrs. A, S, Wilcox and maid, Mrs.
Stewart and child, 1. H. Pole, K.
Dovle. .Miss C. Cope, Mrs. I. K.
Dawson, Miss M. Dawson, O.
Kieniiz, J. C. Dawson, Miss Hall,
L. Hendrickson, Wong Jm, C. J.
Cartosa. Mrs. Mary Lwis, Mrs.
Hong Sliee ami infant, Kmahnra,
Mr. 'shima, M. Kawakalsu O.
Kamiira. Chu Kin, J. K. Jock, C.
L. Long. G. N. Wilcox, Mr. Iscn
berg, Mrs. C. M. Cook, S P. Bart
lev, Miss Mason, S. Koelling, H.
Koelling, Mrs. Behuns. C. O.
Smith, A. B. Corcoran, A Souza,
James Ryan, W. S. Schwartzer,
Lee Mung Sip and wife, Lee Wal
Yun and wife, Karamaki, Wm.
Huddy, Allen Iluddy, Miss Hud
dy. Master W. Huddy. Y.S.Yew,
Hon Chong, Sanikami and wife.
In Thh Circuit Court of The
Fifth Circuit, Territory
t Chambers In Probate
In the Matter of the Estate of
Liang Yin Poole, otherwise known
as David Ninm Fook Leong, de
ceased. Petition for letters, of adminis
tration. Order of notice of hearing peti
tion for administration.
On reading and filing the peti
tion of Pah On Leong, of Waimea,
County of Kauai, Territory of Ha
waii, father of the said deceased,
alleging that Liang Yin Fook, who
by his English name is otherwise
known as David Nium Fook Leong,
of said Waimea, died intestate, at
Waimea aforesaid, on the 26th.
day of July, A. D. 1912, leaving
property in the Territory of Ha
waii, necessary to be administered
upon, and praving that letters of
administration issue to J C. Bowen,
of Honolulu, said territory.
It is ordered that Saturday, the
28th. day of April, A. D., 19l7,at
9 o'clock A. M., bo and hereby is
appointed for hearing said petition
in the court room of this court, at
Li hue, at which time and place
all persons concerned may appear
and show cause, if any they haye,
why said petition should not be
granted, and that notice of this
order be published in the English
language for three successive weeks
in the "Garden Island" newspaper
in Lihue, County of Kauai, Terri
tory of Hawaii.
Dated at Lihue. March 24th. 1917.
(Sgd.) Lyle A. Dickey,
Judge of the Circuit Court of the
(Sgd.) I). Wm. Dean,
Clerk of the Circuit Court ot the
Mar. 27, .vf. 3-10-17.
VO newspaper can succeed with
out advertising, therefore we
solicit the patronage of our readers
for those who by their advertising
help to make this paper possible.
Real Estate and Insurance
NO. 125-131 MERCHANT ST.
P.O.Box No 594 Honolulu
S. . A
lo I lie Public: 1 bfg to an
nounce that I will bo a candidate
to succeed myself as county super
visor from the Koloa district, and
invito the support of voters at the
primary election to bo hold April 7,
W. 1). McP.hypk,
Honiostoad. Eebniary 20, 11)17.
To Tho Public: 1 bog to nn-
I pounce that I will bo a candidate
J to succeed myself as county super
visor from -tho Waimoa district,
land invite tho support of voters at
the primary election to bo held
April 7, next.
Wainiea, February, 10. 1!17.
' FOR SUPERVISOR
Tu Tl.o Voters of Kawaihau Dis
trict: I rospi ctfully announce my
self as ncamlidatc for supervisor on
the I'epubliean ticket at tho coming
election. I request all voters of
Kawaihau district to give mo their
support and if favored with the
nominatiop and election I promise
my best efforts in the interest of clli
cient and satisfactory county gov
ernment. Thanking all voters in advanec
for their support, I am,
Kealia, February 20. (tf )
in selling Shoes
means offering you footwear
ct known merit, verified
styles, at small profits. The
honest shoe merchant be
lieves in making his business
an institution; in small pro
fits, a busy store, permanent
This is Regal Policy
Parcels Post will bring such
shoes to our door, from the
REGAL SHOE STORE
Fort & Hotel Sts. Honolulu
Have you tried the new
I LI MA
It is made especially for busi
nessmen and students.
High-grade, with a lead that
has no grit, is of even hard
ness, in a straight-grained
wood that sharpens well.
No. 2 and No. 3
Per Doz -.75c
Per gross $7.50
Prompt attention to your mail
Hawaiian News Co., Ltd.
Bishop Street, Honolulu.
We neatly juuik anil mail
Hawaii & South Seas Curio
A FARMER carrying an
( express package from
& big mail'Oroer house was
accosted by a local dealer.
-Who didn't ioa'tutt that Ml
qf foodi from bm eomld kao
mom yoo Iht um, mud tuldu
vom tmmli hoot bam fxxtrontiinf a
nonM lion, which heif pay (A
fcuf and but it up thU htaiky."
The farmtt hatd at 0 mtr
mrt a moaunl and that taldi
"Why don't yaa patentee gut
horn paper andadvtrtumt f tad H
anddldn 't know thai you had tfttttuff
1 W "
ARE YOU 5
The season is at hand when nllj
NATURE calls to us to "till the'
soil," and in preparing the garden, j
replanting flowers, or taking carej
of the lawn, we are prepared to i
furnish all of the tools necessary.'
such as hots, rakes, spades, weed
ers, lawn mowers, trimmers, water
ing pots, garden hose, etc., in a
complete variety of styles and
prices. Get the "Hick to Nature"
habit and let us help you,
W. W. Dimond & Co. Ltd.
"The tloue of Hnuxewares"
:!-.",) Ki lit; Street, f limululii.
Wm. Ellis, Jr.
1917 SUPER-SIX ;
7 PASSENGER HUDSON
For Rent at all Hours
Toar'nt trj.L a specialty.
tr K" K"
of litile expenses; a small
leak will sink a great
ship," sai d Benjamin
Franklin. There's a vir
tue in economy one can
not learn unless he tries
Trv spending little less
than your income.
Start a savings account
with a dollar; add your
savings to it as they ac
crue. These, with the
interest, will grow at a
rate to surprise vou.
Come and see us, or
Send your money to our
branch office nearest you.
Jt j j
Bishop 6 Company
everything in thh
Sh.vkr and Gold Link.
Rich Cut Glass and
Mkrciiandi.se of the
Pest Quality Only. .
LEADING .1 KWKI.KKS.
P. O. B x 3 12 Honolulu
VLolcsjIe ai.J Rc'ail Gruff-ii;
Ot v . j t!s of all Dt-sa'piion ;.
Ocueral I Man ation
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at Nawiliwiii, Kauai.
NAWILIWILI GARAGE, Agents for Kauai.
Copriitflu ilaft fttkiiiiicr U
Silva's Toggery, Honolulu. J
Direct From Denmark- ,
Br. Wolff & Arve's
Danish Liver Paste
Tins of two sizes, l-2s & l-4s.
Delicious for Sandwiches. Ask your grocer
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