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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, APRIL 24, 1917,
The Kohala Midget
Comments As Follows
Now tlint we have Ihtii forced in
to war by Germany' ruthless at
tacks on our citizen, just as we
would be forced to help the sherilT
limit .lown ;v murderous outlaw on
our streets, wliat will it likely mean
It will mean a higher cost-of
living. revenue stamps on tliis and
that ami the other article of con
sumption, or paper. We will lick
and stick them and not growl.
That's the stay-at-home's way of
fighting the Hun.
It will mean that half a million
of our men must given up peaceful
pursuits at once and, get into train
ing for war. We must take care
of their families, and organize our
industries to facilitate the manufac
ture and transportation of war sup
plies, even submitting to personal
inconvenience and loss, if the
Government needs the railroads and
It means that we .must organize
Rod Cross work and he ready to
help rare for "the wounded when
called on. We must expect some A
mericans to bfi wounded and killed.
It mean., that we shall probably
lose ships that are the pride of
our navy ; and we niusj he prepared
to swallow the loss without whining,
and build more as fast as possible.
It will mean that the Government j
will supervise meddle with what
we have always thought our private
business. We expect the Govern
ment to see that no private concern
makes an unfair profit out of any
thing required by war. We expect
it to abolish, or regulate anything
that prevents the utmost edicieney.
We hope that will mean the speedy
abolition of the manufacture -and
sale of alcoholic drink it would
have come in a few years anyway.
What the war will mean more,
no one would be rash enough to
predict now. God only knows. It
ought to mean that the American
flag that has been Hung to the breeze
only on holidays, is now floating
every day; if for nothing else, just
to show the hyphenated Americans
"Who's Who In America."
From the Kohola Midget.
Big Firm Takes Up
Military training has been ad
ded to the educational classes of
the Goodyear Tire & Rubber Com
pany's factory school at Akron,
Ohio, according to an announce
ment just issued to employees bv
P. W. Litchfield. Vice President
and Factory Manager. Instruc
tion is to be given under the super
vision of ex-army officers of long
military experience. The Good
year factory is in operation twenty
tour hours of the dav, divided in
to three eight hour shifts. The
classes in military training have
been arranged that each shift of
workers may have two hours ot
drill each week.
The company's policy is out
lined in the following statement by
"The introduction ot the eight
hour dav into Industry sets free
additional time for a man to use as
he may desire. He mav waste id
and spend on extra amusement
the money he has earned, or he
may use it for his mental and phy
sical development, making him a
more efficient and useful citizen.
"In extending our educational
and training courses tor those of
the latter class, we have recently
added militatv drill. We are
among those who believe that only
by having a democratic citizenry,
equipped and trained in the use of
arms, can we insure the safety and
honor of our Republic from foreign
aggression and the, peace of the
future, such as has been our herit
age in the past.
"Conditions of the past, which
happily made military prepared
ness unnecessary for use. now have
changed. Depending upon mere
' untrained numbers to defend our
homes against the present forces
of other nations, would be as fool
ish as starting to compete in the
How to Use Cocoanuts
Mrs. Russel conducts a class in
household efficiency at the Y. W.
C. A. Honolulu. A recent report
of the Advertiser includes the fol
lowing: The cocoanut is a heartv food
and when .used in combination
with starchv foods is almost a meat
substitute. It can be used from
the time the flesh is soft and ms
tardy (then usually as a desert,
combining most excellently with
canned blueberries) to the grated,
dried form, for icing and puddings.
Cocoanut pies, cakes, candies, ic
ings, puddings and curries are so
universally made and liked thev
were onlv mentioned. Cocoanut
croquettes, made of very stiff cur
ry, rolled in crumbs and shredded
cocoanut, and fried quickly in deep
fat, were spoken of as having made
an enviable reputation for one New,
York restaurant. Grated and sprin
kled with sugar, it is an addition
to almost anv fruit dessert or salad;
a junket pudding well covered with
mashed bananas and grated cocoa
nut, become? a company dessert
with little effort, while a plain
lemon ice cream is lifted out of
the commonplace by adding a cup
of grated cocoanut, just a few turns
of the freezer before it is finished
(Taro was used in this dish but
auvjof the starchy foods such as
sweet potatoes or cassava mav be
used instead). Equal quantities
of grated, raw taro and cocoanut.
a little salt and sugar, moisten with
cocoanut milk and steam two
hours. Serve with roast meats.
Cocoanut Corn Pudding t
. (If green oorn is used,, bake
fortv-five minutes, if canned corn,
twenty minutes.) Six ears of corn.
or one can ot corn, one grated
cocoanut, one half pint of milk,
two eggs. Cut corn from cob, add
salt and peper, beat eggs and add
to the corn and milk. Butter dish
and bake in oven, with pieces of
butter on top.
One cup of grated cocoanut,
dried at door of oven while pre
paring the rest of the recipe. One
cup of sugar, three whites of eggs
beaten stiff, grated rind of a lemon.
Mix quickly together and drop bv
spoonfuls, on oiled paper, cook
slowlv till a delicate brown.
One cup grated cocoanut, one
half cup sugar, juice of one half
lemon. Dry cocoanut a little, put
lemon juice, and sugar in pan on
slow fire, as soon as it takes color
stir in cocoanut, Have ready a
cold slab, oiled, turn mixture on
it and smooth out. Use far candy
or for garnish to a dainty dessert.
The Chinese oranges could not
be found on the market so the
work with them must wait until
thev are in season. On April 20,
the wo k is to be continued bv
experimenting with bread fruit
and egg plant.
The following arrived by the Ki
:iau Wednesday- J. C. Jerves. M.
B. Fernandez. A. Murphy, llee
Fat, M. Osaki, W. F. Bailev. R.
Niblev. F. Mendez, E. F. Han
sen, Mrs. G. Rente and 2 childrtn.
M. R. Agiuai, C. L. Kelekona. P.
Comrades, Mrs. C. Young and in
fant, Mrs. H. Kapahee and 2 chil
dren, K. Mivake, R. A. Hudson,
F. Cox. R. Cook , W. T. Frost,
Sid Spitzer, Mr. and Mrs. Guarel
la, F. Guarella. L. Guarella, H.
W. Everitt. E. Hataw, J. Correa,
W. H.Rice, Jr., Mis. J. Andricht
and 3 children, J. Kawatsuda, Y.
Kasahara, A. Akiona.
manufacture of tires without
buildings, machinery and tools or
"Military training teachers ac
curacy, promptness, and gives an
all-aiound phvsical training to the
body. There is no obligation on
the part of our employees to enter1
the military classes, but theoppor-i
tunity is open to all Goodyear I
workmen who mav wish to take
advantage of it. Military drill is
already a part of the regular course
of study for the Flying Sijuadron,
i which is an organization of picked
men who are given special atten
tion and educational training tor j
the positions higher
up in the
PUBLIC NOTICE OF PRIMARY
I. J. Mahai Kaneakua, County
Clerk of the County of Kauai,
Territory of Hawaii, do herebv
eertifv that I have on the 20th. dav
of April, A. D. 1917. received from
the Honorable Wade Warren Thay
er, Secretary of Hawaii, a Public
Notice of Primary Election, and
in accordance with sub division 2
of section 29 of the Revised Laws
of Hawaii (1915) I do hereby pub
lish so much of said Notice as is
applicable to the County of Kauai,
Territory of Hawaii, as follows:
PUBLIC NOTICE. OF PRIMARY
Notice is hereby given that in
accordance with the terms of Sec
tion 28 of the Revised Laws of
Hawaii, 1915, as amended by Act
152 of the Session Laws of 1914
and Act 3 of the Session Laws
of 1917, a Primary Election for
the purpose of making'nominalions
for county offices within the Coun
ty of Kauai as more particularly
hereinafter set fotth. will be held
on Saturday, the 19lh. day of May,
A D. 1917, within the County of
Kauai, Territory of Hawaii, be
tween the hours of eight o'clock
a. m. and five o'clock p. m.
The county offices for which
candidates are to be nominated bv
each political party at such primary
election within the said County of
Kauai are as follows:
One County Clerk
One County Attorney.
Five Supervisors- as follows:
One from the District of Waimea;
one from the District of Koloa; one
from the District of Liluie; one
from the District of Kawaihau, and
one from the District of Hanalei.
The districts, precincts and poll
ing placer, in the county of Kauai
are as follows:
Sixth Represtntatis-e District:
Islands of Kauai am! Niihau
First Precinct: The island of
Niihau. Polling place, Niihau
Second Precinct: The portion
of the District of Waimea. on the
island of Kauai, wist of the boun
dary between the Kekaha and Wai
mea plantations and a line in ex
tension thereof along the western
edge of Waimea valley to the
southern boundary of Na Pali.
Polling place, Kekaha schoolhouse.
Third Precinct: The portion ot
the District of Waimea. on the is
land ot Kauai, between the second
precinct and the bed of the Mahi
uauli vallev. Polling place, Wai
Fourth Precinct: Thereniaind
er of the District of Waimea. Poll
ing place, Makaweli schoolhouse.
Fifth Precinct: The portion of
the District of Koloa west of the
west boundary of the land of Ko
loa., Polling place, office ct the
McBrvde .Sugar Company at Wahi-
Sixth Precinct: The remainder
of the District of Koloa, Polling
place, Koloa courthouse.
Seventh Precinct: The District
of Lihue. Polling place, District
court room at Liluie.
Eight Precinct: The District of
Kawaihati. Polling place, Kapaa
Ninth Precinct: The portion of
the District of Hanalei east of the
Kalihiwai stream. Polling place,
Kilauea. school house.
Tenth Precinct: The remaind
er of the District of HanaU.i. Poll
ing place. Waioli courthouse.
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I
have hereunto set my hand
and caused the Great Seal
of the Territory of Hawaii
(Seal) to be affixed
DONE at the Capitol in
Honolulu, this 18th. day
of April. A. D. 1917.
Wade Wakken Thayek,
Secretary of Hawaii.
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF. I
have hereunto set my hand
and caused the Sal of the
County of Kauai, Territory
(Sea') of Hawaii, to le affixed
DONE at the Cotintv Seat
at Lihue, this 20th. day of
April. A. D. 1917.
J. Mahiai Kankakta,
County Clerk, County of Kauai.
Apr. 24. Mav I S
Gold Cuff Link atLawai. Owrer
can have same bv calling s:t the
cannev. proving property and pay
ing for this ad.
in the ranks of loyal, thrifty
folk, who are prepared to
assist America, either b y
their personal service or
You may not be called to
serve on the warship or bat
tle front. But Great Britain's
experience shows that the
time may come wl.en you
will be able to serve most
efficiently in loaning your
money to the Government.
Every man. wonun and
child can render such service.
Statt a savings account So
day. We puv 4Vf on time de
posits. J J J
Bishop & Company
of Advance in Prices
hereby made of an ad
vance in prices to Dealers and
Consumerseffective April 2, !
1917 on Pneumatic Auto
mobile Tire Casings and
Motorcycle Tire Casings and
on Pneumatic Tubes and
Motor Truck Tires.
Specific information as to the
new price schedule may be
had from any Goodyear
Service Station Dealer.
The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company
Tht Sign of th
Goody tar Strvlci
He knows he's not get
ting himself into a haid
job. He has used a
I lo's anxious to see the irras
lly and ti bear the low whirr
of lhi: easy-riiiiiiiny, slick cut
You'll ni'ver buy liny other
if you mice try a "l'KNN'SYL
V.WI.V mower with it- self
pliarpenitig tool-steel lilados.
Its very -on.-tructioii ncikes it
easier rniuiipjj mnl siiio .ther
ciittiiiL'. Its action i almost
In several 'i.e-.
Lewers & Coake,
We neatly pack ami mail
Hawaii & South Seas Curio
Goodyear Tires, Heavy Tourist Tubes
and "Tire Saver" Accessories are easy
to get from Goodyear Service Station
everything in the
Silver andGoi.1) Line,
Rich Crr Glass and
A k'r ( '.mops.
Mi nt it ANi'i; : of 't in
Best Q ai.ity Only.
P. O I?ox 3-W Honolulu
ft, selling Jhoes
means offering you footwear
ct known merit, vniiied
stvles, at small nmfils. The
honest shoe merchant be
lieves in making his business
an institution; in snnll pro
fits, a bnsv store, permanent
This is Regal Policy
Parcels Post will bring such
shoes to our door, from the
REGAL SHOE STORE
Fort & Hotel Sts Honolulu
TKAYF.l.Kl.s i-Ind TI!K
ideal for cm res mi i lei ice. Itseuul
ly lian ly tor your work at home.
Weighs I, Ihs. Universal k"j
hoard. Price l?"i0.
Hawaiian News Co., Ltd.
Bishop Street, Honolulu.