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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, APRIL 10, 1917
THE GARDEN ISLAND PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
Up-To-Date Printers, Bookbinders and Publishers of
THE GARDEN ISLAND
A Weekly Newspaper Issued Tuesdays.
Entered at the Postoffice at Lihue, Hawaii, as Second-class Matter.
Subscription Rates: Per Year - $2.50
Six Months, - 1-50
Three Months - -- LOO
Subscriptions Payable in Advance.
Space Advertising Rates on Annual Contracts. 75 cents per
Inch per Month.
K. C. HOPPER, - - - Business Manager
Personal And Local Notes
One of the Kapaa teachers had
an alarming experience at Hanalei
last week. She was swimming with
a number of others, when she was
caught in the undertow, against
which she was powerless and was
been rapidly swept out. when one
of the younger Punahou boys came
to her aid and kept her up till help
could be secured in the shape of a
powerful Hawaiian who rescued
her. An undertow is now for her
the climax of all dread things, and
she will hardly look on the sea
The Eleele teachers made an ex
cursion afoot to the H? jpepe Falls
during vacation. This is rather
an arduous and eventful trip, and
they deserve a good deal of credit
for having carried it through suc
cessfully. Thty are enthusiastic
in praise of the delights of the
The Wilcox beach house, Maha
Moku. at Hanalei. was the hospi
table home of a pleasant house
party, during the vacation week,
consisting largely of some of the
popular Lihue teachers,
The Isenberg Hanalei beach
house, Pili Kai, was occupied
during the vacation by Mrs. Burke
and a baud of Kapaa teachers, who
had a very delightful time.
They planned a daring, deep
sea, sampan trip along the Napali
coast to Maua, but a heavv North
er counselled prudence and they
had to give it jip; but they say
they will do it yet!
Miss Payne. of the Wailua school
spent the vacation at Grove Farm
as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. S.W.
Wilcox and family. As a change
from the seclusion of rural life she
enjoyed the semi-metropolitan life
of Lihue very much.
Mr. C. S. Dole has been appoint
ed libraiian of the Lihue Library,
to take charge from the first of
April,' He will be in the library,
everv Friday afternoon to deliver
and receive books and will other
wise care for the interests of the
During the vacation period Mrs.
J. R. Mvers was the generous hos
tess, at the Kilauea beach house,
of a congenial band of the Kilauea
teachers, who had a delightful
; ed her friends with genial hospi
Mr. W. C. Avery, principal of Hty . At times there were no less
the Lihue High School spent a few than fifteen guests, and the eapaci-
days of his vacation in Hono'ulu,
meanwhile Mrs. Avery was vaca
tioning at Hanalei.
Mr, and Mrs. Booco of the Ha
ena school were the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Win. Hyde Rice for a
few days this last week. Compared
with the quiet of Haena they en
joyed the comparative stir and dis
sipation of Lihue.
Miss Snvder of Punahou was n
visiting guest of Miss Searight of
the Lihue High School during the
vacation; and they both were the
. - f 11 r . r .1
Kuesia ior beverajuays oi jur. and
Mrs. Wm. Hyde Rice, part of
which they spent at the beautiful
Haena Home of their hosts. They
are enthusiastic in their apprecia-
tion of the courtesies they received
A joyous house party, the guests
of Mrs. R. L. Wilcox, have been
spending the week at kipukm; and
some wlio could not remain the
writ nlit f i tun en i a n rl -. t
iTi.,,1. mm., mm wim usjwas, on weuiiesuav. found not
birds of passage. All are entlmsi-; guilty by the iurv in fhe Cirrmt
about the good time they
Miss Caroline Balding, of Hilo,
at Punahou, was a guest of the
Broadbents for the vacation. She
was very much pleased with Kauai,
and was willing to admit that it
ranked just short of Hilo in attrac
tiveness and beauty.
Miss Esther Gibb. of Hawaii, at
Ptinnhou, spent the vacation as
the guest of Miss Blanche Wishard,
She is partial to Kauai where she
always has a good time.
The Broadbents and Lyd gates,
and their guests, enjoyed a most
delightful picnic at Kukuiolono
Park on Thursday, Thev are volu
ble in appreciation of the beauty
of the place.
The Broadbent young lolks, and
the two Lvdgate boys, motored over
to Hanalei on Tuesday and spent
the day and night as guests of the
Mrs. Karl Roendahl of Eleele
lias been absent in Honolulu for
some days having a slight throat
operation performed on her little
Rev. William Kamau. former
pastor of t h e Lihue Hawaiian
Church was a visitor here lor a
couple of days last week. His
friends were glad to see him back.
Mr. and Mrs. Eric Knudsen and
family have been spending the vac
ation week at their plantation in
the "Gap." They are enthusias
tic in their praise of the cool, invi
gorating air, and the simple life
there. They returned t o their
home at Kekaha on Sunday Morn
ing in time for church.
Mr. and Mrs. Hustace and
fatnilv have just moved into the
new cottage built for them on
Grove Farm. We congratulate
them on so cosy and comfortable a
home, and on the dainty, artistic
touches in fitting and furniture
which it shows.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Davis are
staying at Papalinahoa pending
the overhauling of the house re
cently occupied by the Hustaces,
which will be occupied bv them,
We sre very glad to welcome so
desirable a couple to the commu
nity. The Faye Beach House at Hana
lei, has been the scene of much in
nocent hilarity during the vacation
week. Mrs. J. A. Hogg entertain-
ty of even so clastic a house
taxed to their utmost.
Mrs. A. J. Campbell, vice presi
dent of the Out Door Circle, of
Honolulu, is here by special invi
tation to talk to the ladies of the
Mokihana Chip along the lines of
street and park improvement that
has done so much to beautify Ho
She is the guest of Mrs. C. A.
I Rice' clmir'n f the Village Ini-
nroveme"t (-ommittee ot the Moki
Major Rice, county sheriff, who
was ou the National Guard reserve
' list, has been discharged from the
i N'. G. II. on account of his iinnor
J taut official duties as heard of the
police system of the island.
A new jury was called in the
( Circuit Court yesterday
The boy of Hanapepe, charged
with shooting a little Chinese girl
Court. It appeared that the
was one of accident,
A lady with readv intelligence
and a quick eve to perceive a pub
lie need, (.alls attention to the lack
there is of a convenient rest room
in Lihue. where a ladv coining
from the other island, to the den
tist, or to take the steamer, or do
some shopping could rest and re
lax and restore her freshness with
out having to impose on her
friends, or btave the publicity of a
man run hotel,
For a sufiragetle age this seems
a very modest rt. quest and should
find a favorable n-Sone.
The Easter Service in the Lihue
Union Church, on Sunday, was, on
the whole, the best attended and
most successful in the history of
the church. Persons coming a lit
tie late found it difficult to get a
seat. The music was fine, a very
taking anthem, "Ainrels Roll the
Stone Away," a very sweet Easter
Carol, solo, by Mrs. Sheldon, and
good, strong hymns, into which
the audience entered with hearty
enthusiasm. The sermon was on
the text "If in this 'Life only we
have Hope," emphasing the vital
inspiration of the other life. The
church was simply but very taste
fully decorated in white.
A special 'collection was taken
for the Hawaiian Board which
amounted to $303.65. .
The Passion Tide services of the
Union church were somewhat de
pleted this yesr by the absence of
so many people on vacation at Ha
nalei and elsewhere. Still tbsre
was a fairly good attendance, and
some persons had an unbroken re
cord for the whole series, and they
are the ones who are the most en
thusiastic in the praise of them.
What's more aggra
vating than a shirt
that comes back from
the laundry only par
tially washed and poor
ly Ironed and a col
lar with rough edges
and a dingy color?
We launder your
shirts and collars the
way we want our own
VAX ' VVSCii'JKW I YA
The lapanese Young Mens Asso
ciation of Lihue was last week
changed into a Y. M. C A. club
and last Saturday carried out in
the auditorium of the Japanese
Dormitory, a very interesting and
The introductory remarks were
made by the chairman, Mr. Ko
daira, about the new club. He
said its object was to help the
members to be young men of good
character and to be good citizens
and to train them in public speak
ing and in conducting public meet
;ngs. The club will give a literary
program once a month, similar to
ihe one given Saturday evening,
1. Talk in Japanese, Young
Men and Books, H, Yukimura.
2. "Temperance Work" a talk
in Japanese, T. K. Hirota.
3. "Wase Not Want Not" a
story in English, A. II. Kondo.
4. Address in Japanese,' 'Repub
licanism and Christianity" Rev.
5. Historical sketch, in Eng
lish, "Geo. Rogers Clark," R K.
6. Talk in Japanese "We must
study both Japanese and English."
J. S. Takemura.
7. Talk "The necessity of train
ing in public speaking," H. Miwa.
9. "Soticism," a talk in Eng
lish, J. H. Yamane.
This program was followed bv
refreshments and a pleasant social
Motor Boys In Peril
The "Advertiser Boys" have
told us a good deal about motor
roads and motoi trips on Kauai,
but they haven't said anything
about the delights of Beach driv
ing, Now this must be an over
sight, for thev know a thing or two
At Hanalei the other day the
fine stretch of glistening sand beach
tempted them to try a spin on it.
All went well until they tried to
retrace their steps. Watching the
receding wave they swept down to
make the, turn, but weren't quick
enough and were caught by the
return wave, which swamped the
engine and put the car out ot com
mission. Meanwhile it was sink
idg down slowlv into the sand,
which threatened to bury it entire
ly. Finally a team of mules was
requisitioned, and it was rescued
from its humiliating predicament.
A motor car is not an amphibious
animal as yet.
Hyades A Visitor
T he steamer Hyades arrived at
Port Allen Thursday morning,
bringing 1,000 tons of cargo. She
took 2,068 tons of sugar and 12,
500 cases of pineapples, sailing Sun
day noon for Kaanapali.
Engagement Extra ordinary
THE FORM DIVINE IN
Egyptian and Grecian Dances
AND A ItEFINEI) EXHIBITION OF
Special Pictures by
TURNS REAL TIF
Mr. and Mrs. Everitt, at the
wireless station in Lihue, have a
little, pet, white dog which has
turned out to be a terrible thief
and is causing them much distress.
It is a verv cute and affectionate
little animal, frequently standing
on the street in front of the wire
less station and greeting every
passer by in the friendliest manner.
The distress of the Everitts on
account of the little dog started
about a week ago when he killed a
chicken somewhere and brought it
home, A few days latter he
brought in another chicken. Then
he began bringing in eggs, one at
a time in his mouth.
The industry of the animal con
tinued to develop until on Friday
when he brought in a pair of la
That capped the climax,
For nearly two davs Mr. and
Mrs. Everitt were much distressed
and inquired all around the neigh
borhood to ascertain, if possible,
where the shoes came from. They
finally found out that they weie
stolen from the room of a ladv re
siding about two hundred vards
Mr. and Mrs. Everitt hate to do
so, but are considering the matter
of sending their doggie to the Re
form school on account of the
terrible thieving habit he has de
veloped. Captain Philip Rice
Philip L. Rice has been com
missioned a captain in the Nation
al Guard. He will be assigned to
the machine gun company when
that element is organized.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Estate of Annie Pakauila
hoe (W) , deceased.
Letters Testamentary on the es
tate arc! under the Will of Annie
Pakauila Kauhoe (w) of Kapaa,
Kauai, deceased, having been is
sued to the undersigned by the
Honorable Lvle A. Dickey, Judge
of the Circuit Court of the Fifth
Circuit, T. PI., notice is hereby
given to all creditors of said Annie
The regular Annual Meeting of the stockholders of THE GAR
DEN ISLAND PUBLISHING CO., LTD , will be held on Wednes
day, April 18. 1917. at 10 o'clock a. m.. at the office of the President,
Mr. C. A. Rice, Lihue, for the purpose of electing a board of directors
to serve for the ensuing year, and for the consideration and transac
tion of anv other business that niav be brought before the meeting.
K. C. HOPPER, Secretary.
Dr. L. P. Sorensen
is now at Kapaa where he will remain until April Mth.
lie will be in Kilauea from April l"lh to May 1st.
Pakauila Kauhoe deceased, to pre
sent their claims duly authenti
cated and with proper vouchers, if
any exist, even if the claim is
secured by mortgage on real tstate,
to the undersigned at his office in
Lihue. Kauai, within six months
from the date of the first publica
tion of this notice, which is April
10th, 1917, or said claims will be
All peasons indebted to said
Annie Pakauila Kauhoe are re
quested to make immediate pay
ment to the undersigned at his
Lihue, Kauai, April 10th, 1917.
J. Mahiai Kankakua,
Executor under the Will and of
the Estate of Annie Pakauila Kau
hoe (w) . deceased,
April 10, 17, 24 May 1.
Gold Cuff Link at Lawai. Owtrer
can have same by calling at the
canney, proving property and pay
ing for this ad.
STATKMKNT OK TIIK OWNERSHIP,
ETC., KKQITIHKl) 11Y TKK
ACT OK AUGUST '24, 11112.
of "Tun G.utnnx Island," published
weekly at Lilian, Hawaii, for April 1,
Editor, Luther Dermont Tinunons.,
Lihue, Hawaii. ,
Mnnaging Editor, none.
Business Managers, Kenneth C. Hop
per, Lihue. Hawaii.
Publisher, Garden Is'and Publishing
Co. Lihue, Hawaii.
Owners (If a corporation, give its
name and the names and addresses of
stockholders, holding 1 per cent or more,
of total amount of stock. If not a cor
poration, give names and addresses of
individual owners. )
E. A. Knudsen, Kekaha, Hawaii, S.
W. Wilcox, Lihue, Hawaii, A. F. Knud
sen, Kekaha, Hawaii, Aubrey Robinson,
Makeweli, Hawaii, T. Brandt. Waimea,
Hawaii, W. H. Rice, Lihue, Hawaii, K.
C. Hopper, Lihue, Hawaii, Anna C.
Wilcox, Lihue, Hawaii, C. A. Rico, Li
hue, Hawaii, G. X. Wilcox, Lihue, Ha
waii, Francis Gay, Honolulu, Hawaii,
A. S. Wilcox, Lihue, Hawaii, II. V.
Faye, Kekaha, Hawaii, R. P. Spalding,
Kealia, Hawaii, Annie S. Knudsen, Ke
kaha, Hawaii, II, Isenberg, Lihue, Ha
waii, L. I). Thnmons, Lihue, Hawaii.
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other security holders, holding 1 per cent
or more of total amount of bonds, mort
gages, or other securities: (If there are
none, so state.)
Average number of copies of each issue
of this publication sold or distributed,
through the mails or otherwise, to naid
subscribers during the six months pre
ceding the date shown above. (This in
formation is required from daily news
K. C. HOPPER,
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this 7th dav of April, lt 17.
A. G. KAITHTKOU,
Notary Public, .Mb Judicial Circuit, T.H.
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