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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, APRIL 24, 1917
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Local and Personal Notes
Harold and Mrs. Rice of Maui
and tsvo vounc lady friends of
Mrs. Rice will come bv the Kinau
tomorrow to spend a few days on
Two veterinary phvsiciatis, the
one from Maui and the other from
the army, are coming to Kauai to
study the symptons of anthrax.
Mr. C. A. Rice has returned
from his mission to Honolulu in
the interest of the anthrax situa
tion on Kauai. We understand
that he was eminently successful
Mrs. W. H. Grote entertains
this afternoon with a birthdav partv
tor ner little daughter who is one
year old today, and the sweetest
thing in the Territory.
We beg to tender a most humble
apology to little Miss Kuhns of
Kealia she came so quietly that
we didn't hear her baby cry, and
so failed to welcome her to the
community. We are verv glad to
have her with us, and we wont
overlook her again.
Members of Co. "B'4th Regi
ment had target practice last Sun
day afternoon, Some very good
scores were made.
Mr. Chas. Rice and Mr. R. P.
Spalding did a very kindly and
public spirited thing for the Kapaa
school in clearing up and putting
into shape the school park and
play ground. From now on they
ate heroes and benefactors in the
eyes of the children there.
Mr. and Mrs. Win. Hyde Rice
have been spending a few days at
their delightful beach place at Ha
ena, whete Mr. and Mrs. PhMip
Rice joined them for Sttndav.
Thev entertained Mr. Judd and
Mr. Erdman for a bath.dinner.and
a pleasant evening on Saturday.
One of the prettiest plares in Li
hue is that of Dr. Branch which is
charminglv Attractive with its
wealth of brilliant flowers.
Mrs. Lydcate entertained the
Corelli party at lunch on Monday.
and took them for a ride through
some nf the prettiest surroundings
of Liliue, They were delighted
with all they saw and compared
the Island most favorablv with the
choicest parts of the world that
thev had seen.
The Kealia Manager's house is
undergoing a general overhauling
with extenaive repairs to roofs,
and floors, etc.
A considerable extension has re
cently been added to the Hawaiian
Canneries building at Kapaa pre
paratoiy to the new crop.
We are clad to report that Mr.
Timnions is improving rapidly.
He is still in the hospital and prob
ably will be for some time.
Mrs. Wm. Hyde Rice entertain
ed a fatnilv circle of friends this
afternoon with the delightful mu
sic of the Corelli Trio.
Miss Maria Ellis was operated wise Man was given at the Social
on for appendicitis last week; she Hall at Liliue, last Friday even
is doing well and will be out again i"K. It was under the direction
in a few days. of Rev. Frank Scudder of Hono
rs w..,i,., ,. , !ulu- The dramatization was done
. . .uuo(. luuuKu U11C Ul
the busiest men on the islands.
nevertheless found time -to take
Mr. Scudder and Mr. Schenk of
the Hawaiian Board jip into the
Olokele canyon one day last week.
They were delighted with the trip.
Mrs. Norman Gregg, tiee Al
drich, a well known island girl is
visiting on Kauai among her manv
friends. She has been living for
some years since her departure
from the islands in Porto Rico
where her husband is a prominent
sugar man. She speaks Spanish
as though to the manner born.
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Alexander,
of Iileele.entertaincd about seventy
guests last Sunday. The occasion
being a mixed doubles' tennis match
between Kilauea and Eleele. After
the tennis match, which came out
a tie. the guests sat down .to a
Mr. Fritz Christian Koelling of
Kaneohe, Oahu, and Miss M.
Meta Ricdel of Hanalei were mar
ried at ,the home of the bride by
Rev, Hans Isenberg on the even
ing of the 19th. in the presence of
some 30 of their intimate friends.
The bridal party, atter the recep
tion hurried away to the Kilattea
beach house at Mnnini where they
spent a few delightful days of
honeymoon. They arc childhood
friends, and every one is pleased
with the alliance. Mr. Koelling
has been employed as civil en
gineer on the Kalilt'wai ditch
proposition, which is now com
pleted for the present. The newly
married couple will go to Hono
lulu Kauai has been winning honors
in the fine play given bv the Puna-
hoti Dramatic Club at the Bishop
Hall on Friday evening last. Dora
Broadbent, Mortimer Lvdgate, and
Harrison Rice took prominent
parts with credit. Frank Broad-
bent is the president of the club.
The plav was Claude Fitch's
Barbaric Fritchie," a high quali
ty creation, and it was verv eredit-
ablv rendered. It is to be given
again for the benefit of the Ameri
can Relief Fund
Rev. H. P. Judd and Rev. Krd-
man of the Hawaiian Board were
down last week attending the semi
annual convention of the Kauai
There was a bad automobile
smash up near Kalihiwai on Fri
day last when a machinw, driven
bv an inexperienced and careless
driver, went over the side of the
bank, badly wrecking the car and
cutting up two of the passengers.
They were taken to the Kilattea
hospital by Rev. Jose Alba.
It is said that everv Japanese
and Chinese store in Koloa that
has a flag pole is flying the Stars
Genial Sid Spitzer is with us
once more. It really makes one
forget the high cost of living just
to have a talk with Sid.
Col. G. P. Wilcox goes to town
this evening on business, he will
return on Friday".
There will he an evening service
this coming Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Wilcox are
in Honolulu for a few days,
Bread Goes Up
Another evidence of the high cost
of living has made its appearenee in
Lihue. D. Ota. proprietor of the Tip
To)) bakery has notified his custom
ers that owing to the last advance in
the cost of Hour ho will be obliged
to raise the price of bread from ten
cents to fifteen cents per loaf. or two
loaves for a quarter.
"The Other Wise Man"
The dramatization of Dr. Henry
Van Dykes story of "The Other
bv J, rrnn nf fnIlr.
and Chinese votine neonle nnri
thev carried their parts in a com
The story was :old bv Mr. Scud
der and it was divided into nine
parts, following each part was the
dramatizing ot it by the voting
The object of the entertainment
was to give the young people of
this community an understanding
of and an appreciation of this
splendid story of Dr. Van Dykes.
It did this in a fine way. Ivnough
reserved seats were sold to pay the
necessary expenses and this made
it possible to give free admission
to all others. All who helped in
any way in this entertainment are
to be commended because it was
unusually instructive and whole
some. Similar entertainments were giv
en at Keknlm and Elecle.
Womens Clubs In Federation
The General Federation of Wo
mens Clubs is a voluntary associa
tion of women's clubs, representing
a membership of two and a half
million women. Clubs in everv
state of the Union, Alaska and the
Philippines are affiliated. Through
the entrv of the Mokihana Club,
Hawaii will be represented in this
great argani.ntion, and will hold
an honorable place in the great
chain ot clubs that covers the con
tinent. The G. F. W. C. holds its char
ter from the Government of the
The conditions of membership
are very simple and easily complied
with; merely that the Consitution
and bv laws of the United States
mav not be contravened, and secret
socities mav not be included. The
only obigation due to the G, F
W. L. from its subsidiary clubs is
one of dues, which however are
The qctivties of the clubs within
the Federation range from needle
work to Science and Philosonhv.
The purposes of the Federation
are to give nil these varied groups
a general basis, a common nieetiua
..1 r ,. , ..
1JUIV.-C, a icunug ot solidarity, rn
impetus to service and the promo
tion of a "higher type of citizen
map, a ucuur puunc spirit and a
- 1 II... , , ...
more alert social consciousness."
Ail in all the G. F. W. C. must
be considered, not onlv as a very
significant sign of the times, but
as a great instrument of social pro
gress. Notes On Anthrax
The anthrax bacillus is the
est of the bacilli and was the
first to be discovered some 70 years ago.
The organism exists in two stages,
the active or bacillar stage, and the
dormant or spore sfago. In this lat
ter form it is exceedingly tena
cious and resistant, and is therefore
very hard to dispose of. It will lie
dormant for a dozen years or more
ind then emerge from its long
trance as fresh and virile as a strong
man ready to run a race. It. will
stand an hour or two of hoilini?.
without being fazed, and will resist
anything but the most deadly anti-
Human beings are subject to the
disease, but it is not nearly as dead
ly as often supposed, the majority
of eases ending in recovery. The
lisease is generally conveyed by in
oculation through the careless han
dling of hides and other animal
products from infected districts.
Serotherapy the administration
of serum is the main hold of effec
tive treatment. Recently the manii
faeture of the anthrax serin n has
been taken up by a well known
American firm, but the serum pro
duced is highly expensive.- The
amount required for the initial dose
is reported to cost from $28 to $35.
And it is said to be too early as yet
January 1017 to form u definite
judgment of the value of the serum
treatment; however, it seems to be
the only hope thus far in sight.
In connection with the regular
service at the Union church on
Sunday last the Corelli Trio fur
nished some choice music which
was very much appreciated by the
audience. They are the kind of
theatrical people who do not act like
a "cat in a strange garret" in
There was also a very fine duet
bv Mrs. Ahana and Mrs. Sheldon.
The church decorations were
uncommonly fine; great bouquets
of white begonia and gladiolus,
K. .Murphy, representative of
M. A. Gunst Co., returns to Ho
nolulu tonight after having com
pleted a tour of the island in the
interest of his company.
Hanalei Church Convention
(Continued from page 1)
niAXdiv.s nriuxr; the year
Union churches, increase
I'or the first time in Uio history
of the churches Uio K'auat member
ship outruns Umt uf tliu largo Is
land of .Maui.
(Continued from Page 1)
The Kapaa rooters went wild
with excitement when ever the ball
was rushed into the Eleele territory
and thev supported their team all
The game ended without a score
on either side.
After the games the teams were
all treated to refreshments by the
Standing of the teams,
Won Lost Tied Points
I Gramar School 2 0 2 6
Wniiuea 2 12 6
Koloa 1 0 3 5 .
Liliue 10 3 5
Kalaheo 2 2 0 4
Hleele 0 3 1 1
Kapaa . 0 2 11
High school 2 0 3 x (7)
GAMES. FOR THIS WEEK,
Liliue School Vs Hleele at Eleele
Priday afternoon, April 27,
Waimea Vs Grammar School,
Kalaheo Vs High Schools, Koloa
Vs- Kapaa at the higlj school
grounds. Liliue. Saturday, April,
Truck will leave Waimea Satur
day morning at 10 o'clock with a
full load of Waimea pupils.
Mr. Bush will get truck to take
Kalaheo and Koloa players to Li
hue on Saturday morning. The
game between Koloa and Kapaa
will take place at 11 o'clock and
both these teams are requested to
be ready to plav at that hour
A Card of Thanks
Rev. Frank Scudder wishes to
thank all the people of Kauai who
helped in any way to make pos
sible the dramatizations of "The
Other Wise Man" that were given
here last week.
A Smith Motor Wheel and bicy
cle, practically new. Price Sfio fin.
Inquire of F. Malm, Lihue Planta
Notice of Sale of
At 12 o'clock, noon, Tuesday.
Mav 29th. 1917. at the front door
of the Capital Building. Honolu
hi, there will be sold at public
auction, the following Government
(1) Lot No. 5, Block "N" Ka
paa Town Lots, containing an area
of 7500 square feet, more or less
upset price, $100.
(2) Lot No. 6, Block "N" Ka
paa Town Lots, containing an area
of 7500 suare feet more or less.
upset price, $100.
The purchaser shall pay the cost
For maps and further informa
tion, apply at the office of the sub
agent. Miss Bernice E. L. Hund-
ley, Kapaa, Kauai, or at the office
of the Commissioner of PuWir.
Lands, Capitol Building, Honolulu.
B. G. Rtvknuurgh,
Commissioner of Public Lands.
Dated at Honolulu, April 11, 1917.
Apr. 24. May 1-8-15-22-29.
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
- absolutely perfect.
Election ot- Officers
GARDKN ISLAND PUBLISH
ING CO,, LTD.
At the annual meeting of the
stockholders of the Gardhn Is
land Puiimshing Co., -Ltd.. held
at the office of Chas. A. Rice, Li
hue, Hawaii, April 18, 1917. the
following officers and directors were
elected to serve for the ensuing
C. A. Rice, President
K. A. Knudsen. Vice-President
Chas. II. Wi!cox Treasurer
K. C. Hopper, . . Secretary
who together with Hans Isenberg,
constitute the Board ol Directors.
C. Maser, Auditor.
TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
Board of Commissioner of
Agriculture And Forestry.
Division of Animal Industry.
RULE AND REGULATION of
the Board of Commissioners of
Agriculture and Forestry con
cerning the quarantine of all
domestic animals on the Island
of Kauai, on account of Anthrax
and Hemorrhagic Septicamia.
Owing to the fact that diseases
known as Anthrax or Charbon.and
Hemorrhagic Septicemia, which
affect most classes of domestic ani
mals, and the former of which may
be transmitted to man, have made
their appearance on the Island of
Kauai, it is hereby ordered:
Section 1. That there is hereby
declared a quarantine of the Island
of Kauai, and no domestic or other
animal of any class or kind shall
be shipped from nor be allowed to
leave the Island of Kauai until
this quarantine has been lifted by
the Board of Agriculture and For
Sue 2. That the Territorial
Veterinarian shall proclaim special
quarantine on such sections of the
Island of Kauai where these di
seases are prevalent. Such special
quarantine to be enforced in accor
dance with the direction of the
Si-c. 3. That it shall be the
duty of any person, or persons.
whether owner of live stock or
not, to report without delay the
appearance of any kind of disease
among live stock to the Territorial
Veterinarian, his assistant or dep
uty, as well as to afsist him in
every way to locate, control and
suppress any and all cases of the
diseases in question.
Si-c. 4'. Any person violating
the above rule shall be guiltv of a
misdemeanor and upon conviction
thereof shall be punished by a fine
not to exceed five hundred dollars
($500.00), as provided by Sec. 529,
Revised Laws of Hawaii of 1915.
This rule shall take effect, upon
its approval by the Governor of
Approved this 20th day of April.
LUCIUSl E. PINKHAM,
Governor of Hawaii.
Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
The Public: I bog to an
nounce that f will bo a candidate
to succeed myself as county super
visor from the Waimea district,
anil invite the support of voters at
the primary election to be held
April 7, next.
Waimea, February, 10, 1017.
To The Voters of Kawaihau Dis
trict: T respectfully announce my
self as acandidale for supervisor on
the Republican ticket at the coining
election. I request all voters of
Kawaihau district to give me their
support and if favored with the
nomination and election I promise
my best efforts in the interest of cdi
cient and satisfactory county gov
ernment. Thanking all voters in advance
for their support, I am,
Kealia, Febimiry 20.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Estate of Annie Pakauila Knu-
hoe (W). deceased.
Letters Testamentary on the es
tate and under the Will of Annie
Pakauila Kauhoe (w) ot 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. H., notice is hereby
given to all creditors of said Annie
Pakauila Kauhoe deceased, to pre
sent their claims duly au henti
cated and with proper vouchers, if
any exist, even if the claim is
secured by mortgage on real estate,
to the undersigned at his office in
Lihue. Kauai, within six months
from the dale 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.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Estate of Mary Yoshioka Yana-
The undersigned, having been
duly appointed t administrator of
the Estate of Mary Yoshioka Ya
nagihara, deceased, hereby gives
public notice to all creditors of
the said deceased to present their
claims, duly authenticated and
with' proper vouchers, if any exist,
even if the claims are secured bv
mortgage on real estate, to him,
the undersigned, at his office in
Kilauea, Kauai, or at the office of
his attorney, Philip L. Rice, in
Lihue. Kauai, within six months
from the date of the first publica
tion of this notice, such date being
April 24th, 1917, or said claims
will be forever barred.
Lihue, April 24th. 1917.
Adiniuistratorot the Estate of
Mary Yoshioka Yauagihara, de
ceased. , :
Pmui' L. Ricn,
Attorney for Administrator,
Apr. 24. May 1-8-15-22.
STATKMKNT OK TIIK OWXKKSIIIP.
MA XA G H M KXT, CI KCULATI OX,
KTC, ISKQUIRKU UY TKK
ACT OK AUGUST 21, 1012,
of "Tin: Gaiidiin Island," imblishod
weekly at Lihuo, Hawaii, for April 1,
Editor, Luther Dermoid Tinimons,
Manuring Kilitor, none.
Business Managers, Kenneth C. Hop
per, Liliue. Hawaii.
Publisher, Garden Is'and Publishing
Co. Liliue, Hawaii.
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W. Wilcox, Lihue, Hawaii, A. K. Knud
wii, Kekaha, Hawaii, Auhreyltoliinson,
Makeweli, Hawaii, T. Brandt, Waimea,
Hawaii, W. II. Kice, Lihue, Hawaii, K.
C. Hopper, Lihue, Hawaii, Anna C.
Wilcox, Lihue, Hawaii, C. A. Kice, Li
hue, Hawaii. G. X. Wilcox, Lihue, Ha
waii, Francis Guy, Honolulu, Hawaii,
A. S. Wilcox, Lihue, Hawaii, II. P.
Kaye, Kekaha, Hawaii, K. P. .Spalding,
Kealia, Hawaii, Annie S. ICnmlscn, Ke
kaha, Hawaii, H, Isenberg, Lihue, Ha
waii, L. I). Tiimnons, Lihue, Hawaii.
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this 7th day tf April, 1017.
A. G. KAI'LIMCOU. -Xotary
Public, .".lb Judicial Circuit, T.H.
To The Public: I beg to an
nounce that 1 will be a candidato
to succeed myself as county super
visor from the Koloa district, and
invite the support of voters at the
primary election to be held April 7,
W. D, Molhtvpi:,
Homestead, Eubruary 20, 1017.