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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY. JUNE 5, 1917
National Guard Notes
May 31th 1917.
Upon the recommendation of
the C. O. Co. "B", 4th Regt. H
waiian Inf. N. G., the following
promotion is announced,
Pvt. Mateo Reyes to be Sgt. from
date of May 8. 1917.
Upon the recommendation
of the C. O. Co. "C", 4th Rejt.
Hawaiian Inf. N. G., the follow
ing promotions and appointments
are announced, c,
Cpl. Isaac Garcia to be Sgt. from
date ofjan. 1, 1917
Pvt. Tomo Ouve to be SRt. from
date of Mav 17, 1917.
Pvt. Miguel Marques to be Cpl.
from date of Apr. 1. 1917.
Upon the recommendation
of the C. O. Co. "M", 4th Regt.
Hawaiian Inf. N. G., the follow
inR promotions and appointments
Pvt. C. Albao to be Sgt. from
date of Jan 1. 1917.
Pvt. Rilarian Opura to be SRt.
from date of May 28. 1917.
to be Sgt.
" Matia Luvinia
" Pastor Reston .
" Remilio Paca
" ' Ignacio Callaren
" Catalina Cerona
" Juan Panganivan
" Basilio Huban
" Serario de los Santos
" Doring Moranti
" Martin Balbuena
" Barnoto Correa
" Eulojio Arnen
" Gregorio Gutib
" Alejandro Andres
" Benito Cullado
U o o n the recommendation
of their Co. Commander the fol
lowing transfers are announced to
take effect this date. Enlistment
Pvt. So'priano Calonon from Co,
"G" to Co H." Attended 8
drill from Tan 1. 1917 to date of
Pvt. Sopriano Cabal from Co
."GV-to Co.. "H". Attended i
drills from Tan. 1. 1917 to date of
Pvt. Francisco Ponee from Co
"G" to Co. "H". Attended L
Hri11 from Ian 1. 1917 to date of
Pvt. Victor Ines from Co
to Co. "I". Attended 4
from Jan 1. 1917 to date of
Pvt. Simporoso Navarro from
Co. "G" to Co. "I". Attended
12 drills from Jan. 1, 1917 to date
Pvt. Bernado Camenade from
Co. "G" to Co. "I". Attended
12 drills from Janr 1, 1917 to date
Pvt. Tomas Perrell from Co
"G" to Co. "I". Attended;
drills from Jau 1, 1917 to date of
Trindad is the home of the or
chid. Raisins this delicate flower
is the chief industry of the island
Uncle Sam is said to be the island s
best orchid customer
A new kind of lifeboat is a huge
steel buoy which weighs two thou
and pounds and will hold forty
nersons. as well as water and pro
visons sufficient for a week or ten
days. The buoy has an anchor
which serves as billast and it is
Haimed to be unsinkable. If the
huov is kept on the deck of a ves
sel, all that is necessary in case of
accident is that the passengers
rlimh in. The buoy will launch
itself as the vessel sinks
Some twenty hve yenrs ago,
twelve hundred reindcr were
brought from Lapland to Alaska
for the use of thj Eskimos there.
The number has now reached
seventy thousand, and is still in
creasing. The reindeer are used
for food, clothing, and transporta
Pennsylvania is the first state to
condemn the glass milk bottle.
The earlier which will likely take
its place will be made of light card
board coated with paraffin. One
special advantage gained by using
the paper bottle is that all light is
shut out from the milk a condi
tion almost necessary if milk is
long to be kept sweet and pure.
Rules of Howand When to
Use The American Flag
The Flag should not Ik- raised
before sunrise and should lc lower
ed nt sunset.
On Memorial Day, May 30tli,
the National flag should be display
ed nt half-staff until noon, then
loisted to the top of the staff, where
it remains until sunset.
Colors on Parape. When the
colors are passing on parade, or in
review, the spectator should, i f
walking, halt; if sitting, arise, stand
at attention and uncover.
When Portrayed. The flag when
portrayed by an illustrative process
should always have the staff so
placed that it is nt the left of the
picture, the fabric floating to the
right. In crossing the flag with that
of another nation, the American
flag should be at the right.
'The Stak-Spaxuled Banner."
Whenever "The Star-Spangled Ban
ner" is played all persons within
hearing should rise and stand un
covered during its rendition.
Usep as a Banner. When the
flag is used as a banner, the blue
field should fly to the north in
streets running east and west, and
to the east in streets running north
Used on a Bier. When the flag
is placed over a bier or casket , thu
blue field should be nt the head.
Desecration of the Flag. No
advertisement or lettering of any
sort should ever le placed upon the
flag, nor should it ever be used as a
trademark. It should not be worn
as the whole or part of a costume,
and when worn as a badge it should
be small and pinned over the left
breast or to the left collnr lapel.
Displaying the Flag. The flag,
out of doors, should be flown from
a pole whenever possible. In the
United States Army all flags are
suspended from poles and in no
User in Decorations. When tlfe.
flag is hung vertically (so it can Ik
viewed from one side only) the blue
field should be at the right, as one
faces it. When hung horizontally,
the field should be at the left. The
flag should never be placed below a
Days wfihs the Flag Should be
Flown. Washington's Birthday,
February 22nd; Lincoln's Birthday,
February 12th; Mother's Day, 2nd
Sunday in May; Memorial Day,
May 30th; Flag Day, June 14th;
Independence Day, July 4th; also
many local patriotic anniversaries.
The largest milk bottle in the
world has been constructed by the
Chicago Bridge and Iron Works
for a daily company in Toronto,
Canada. This twentv-five-thou-sand
gallon tank which looks like
a huge milk bottle is placed on top 1
of a sixty foot tower. j
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A motor driven shoe shining ma-!
chine shines 'your shoes in, two
minutes one minute for each shoe. ;
The machine consists of two flat, i
circular brushes set at right angles '
to a central circular brush. The ,
whole resembles a spool in a hori
zontal position, and can be operat
ed by the current from a ordinary
light socket. A flannel dr.um set
on the same axle with the brush
arrangement, puts the final polish
on your shoes. j
The We'llspring. '
The Ground Hog
The ground-hog likes the weather
He loves to bask in bright sun
shine. When winter conies, with
Into his burrow he doth go.
And there he hides himself away
And sleeps until the ground-hog
When every ground-hog wakes
And ventures out to take a peep,
But if his shadow he should meet
The Small Vegetable Garden
This is the title of Farmers Bul
letin 818, from Washington, an
illustrated pamphlet of some 45
pages, containing simple instruc
tions in regard to the cultivation of
back yard gardens.
The possibilities of n small horn
garden, according to this authorita
tive Bulletin, are simply amazing.
A diagram of such a back yard gar
den is given, 25 by 70 feet, in which
almost every staple vegetable you
can think of is grown, with straw
berries, grapes and currants around
the edges, and a lawn at one end.
If there was anyone about here who
could make this wonderful showing
on that bit of a garden, we would
most assiduously cultivate hisfriend
ship, at least during the late Sum
Following is a letter received from
May 15, 1017.
The (iarden Island Publishing Co.,
I am sending you under separate
cover, 1,UUU copies of farmers
Bulletin, No. 818 The Small Vege
table Garden," which I am asking
that vou distribute to those who de
The pamphlet is just now in great
demand all over the country owing
to the movement to utilize back lots
and other uncultivated land for the
raising of vegatables and garden
truck. I presume that there might
be a demand on Kauai for these
pamphlets, hence I am seeking your
good oflices in the distribution of
We have received the Farmer's
Bulletin, as advised and hold them
for free distribution as requested.
Always at Your
I there something you
nee din the follow
BUI Baada Eavsloaaa
Calllad Carda Laaflata
lavtta.ttona t aatara
Prompt, careful and effi
cient attention given
to every detail
Don't Send Your Order
Out of Town' Until Yon
See What We Can Do
He turns, and beats a quick re
And that means we must all pre
pare To wait awhile for weather fair,
ice and S-M.Jii&&, 4 l-ttk fi : 1
Golden Gate 16" $
Fremont 14" $
Sprinklers, Wheelbarrows, Shovels,
Rakes, Hoes, Trowels .
Fresh Shipment of Vegetable Seeds
and Flower Seeds
Twenty -t ato elegant rooms
In Main Building
Three Airy Cottages
Cuisine unexcelled in country
W. H. Rice, Jr.,
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FRANK COX, Manager
THE BANK OF HAWAII,
Lihue, Kauai, Hawaii
Deposits are received suDject
to check. Certificates of de
posit, issued payable on de
mand. Loans made on ap
Drafts Drawn on
San Francisco Berlin
New York Hong Kong
Interest paid on Savings De
posits. 4 per cent on ordi
nary and 4 per cent on Term
Deposits. Ordinary. Savings
Deposiis will be received up 10
$2,500 in any one account.
Safe Defosit Boxes for
Rent $2 and $3 a Year
5 ply Republic No. 1
Red Rubber Hose
5 ply Aero Garden Hose
5 ply Sanco Garden Hose
Hydro Black Garden
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iff PW HONOLULU W'Ylll
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TERRITORY OF HAWAII JfclM
Get our latest price ' jy
Not Always Necessary
in ordering from our large spring
and summer stock. Footwear will
be sent on approval if vou have
established an account with us. It
will be well to do' so now.
We have a latge assortment in
the very latest shapes and mate
rials, at reasonable prices.
Manufacturers' Shoe Store
25 ft. 50 ft.