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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, JULY 3, 1917
Stocks and Bonds
E. D. TENNEY, President
J. R. GALT, Treasurer1
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 Liliue, Hawaii, as Second-class Matter.
Subscription Rates: Per Year, $2.50
Six Mouths, 1T50
Three Month's. ,..L 1.00
Subscriptions Payable in Advance.
Space Advertising Rates on Annual Contracts. 75 cents per
Inch per Month.
K. C. HOPPER,
The County Agent
(Continued from page 1.)
Chicago for," Watt says. "A very
cursory examination proved that
this was nothing more than a quite
common chemical, which the farm
er might have purchased at a Hono
lulu pharmacy for one third or one
fourth the money he paid the Chi
"This same man. refused to have
anything to do with Bordeaux mix
ture, the best known spray for tub
ei, because he had ill luck with it
ten or fifteen years ago. lie prob
ably had used the undiluted mix
ture, which would kill his plants,
of course.. Hut ho is not going to
take my word for this; I'll have to
prove to him that Bordeaux will do
the work he wants done. I have
encounter., d almost a score of such
instances in my calls around the is
Watt reports an increasing inter
est in vegetable gardens in and near
Honolulu, lie believes the farm
ing and gardening idea is gaining
'strength and that Honolulu people
are realizing more and more the
gravity of the food situation.
That the Goodyear Tire &Rub
ber Co. is exercising diligence in
cultivating such of its lands as are
not covered bv buildings, is shown
by the following report on progress
''Fifty acres of ground have been
plowed, Thirty five acres have
been rolled, harrowed twice and
rolled again, and are row ready
for planting. Twenty acres of
muck have been cultivated and
planted to onions. Seventy five
bushels of seed potatoes have been
cut and are readv to plant at once.
Goodyears's farm force at this time
comprises nine men, three teams
and a tractor Special praise ts
given the tractor which has plow
ed an average of six acres a day."
Special inducements to purchasers
will be offered for the ret-t of this
month and to tin loth of July,
at J. I. Silvas's, Eleele Store.
AT PUBLISHERS' PRICKS
Kknneth C. Hoi'i-Kit,
Your WILL or the Courts
Do you know that when a person dies without leaving a Will and naming an executor, that the court -appoints
some one as administrator of the estate? ' N
Do you feel that an administrator whom the court woud appoint would be one whom you would have selected
yourself had you made a Will during your lifetime? '
This company has during its nineteen years of experience gained a reputation for itself throughout the Territory
for its competent and. economical manner of handling estates. Correspondence invitdd.
(CAPITAL AND SURPLUS OVER $450,000.)
Real Estate Insurance
Authorized by Law to act as Executors, Trustees, Administrators and Guardians.
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS
C. H. COOKE, Vice-President GEO. R. CARTER, 2nd Vice-President ,
H. H. WALKER, Assistant Treasurer S. G. WILDER, Secretarv
F. C. ATHERTON, Director "
The Garden Isle
On tlie Garden Isle, I lived uwlule,
In a eottain' by the neu.
Not fur from Honolulu,
And it'H there I long to' be.
Where Natives live o. primitive,.
In fact tliey live with euH
On taro roots and tropic fruits,
And the fishes of the tens.
It was there, I elimbed a inountuin,
From whence I looked around
And viewed this Garden Island,
Like an emerald in a crown.
To east, I watched the sun arise,
From out u silvery sea.
I spent the day in quietule,
Heneath some tropic tree.
To west, I paw the sun go down,
Ik'iieath an azure sky,
While ships, of many nationsi
"Were seen to hurry by.
Let those, ho dwell in cities, tell
Of pleasures, they liave seen,
Of strolling on the busy street,
Or bowling on the green.
But give mo a week on some tall peak,
That over looks the sea.
First up, above Uaena,
And it's there, I love to be.
Then ho for a day, sometime in May,
Or pitch niv tent in June.
When song birds sing, where south winds
From orange trees, their sweet perfume
U't us camp for a while, on this Garden
'Xeathe the shade of some tropic tree.
Let ns go for a stioll, to sonic old swim
And bathe in the bright summer sea.
Where the sky's a little bluer, friendship
a imiu iruer,
Where life really seems to be worth while
Where the natives meet you, and with
Aioini greet you,
"Welcome stranger to this Garden. Isle
Review of "Music"
A FOUR PART ESSAY
By A. B. Liiulemann.
Hie true function of music is to
express the inexpressible Working
toward this end, briefly touching on
causesand products of music through
well defined periods. Mrs. Linde
mann has covered the history of
music very concisely in' spite of the
infinite- range of her subject. Modern
music is rapidly degeneiating into
a series of imitative effects in the
pattering ot ram in a shower, the
booming ot guns in a batlje or the
chimes of monastery hells. It is
refreshing indeed to lind Mrs. Lin
demann striving all through her en-
say to bring out the true metal of
the musical compositions of tin
great composers. "
Mr. and Mrs. Hroadbent return
ed from Honolulu by the Manual
Loa Malay morning, In honor of
the event they ran up the National
Ensign on a now ling pole that had
been installed during their absence.
Trust Company, Li
MEETING OF KM
The days of real sport are here.
King baseball has returned. The
plantation league has been- revived
and a ten week series starts on Sun
day, July 22nd. Five teams have
entered and five managers are busy
scouring the Island for big league
material. The teams entered are
Makaweli, Elcelo. Koloa, Lihueand
A goodly number of baseball fans
and enthusiasts were present at the
County Bunding last lhursday eve
ning in response to a call by Pres.
15. D. Baldwin, of the Kauai Base
Mr. Baldwin was not able to be
present so W. II. Rice, Jr., was
chosen temporary chairman.
ihe. hrst business of the meeting
was the election of officers an'd re
sulted as follows:
B. D.Baldwin, pres.; F. A. Alex
ander, vice pres. ; A. R. Glaisycr.
sec. ; C. B. Gray, treas. The follow
ing committees were named:
Finance: C. B. Gray. W.H.Rice.
Jr , A K. Clymer, Jacobs, P. Kahl-
Schedule: A. 11. Glaisycr, D. K.
lla.eRon, K. C. Hopper.
llnpire: W. C. Avery, K. Rocn
dahl, M. Knock.
As the season is so far advanced
it was decided to start the first series
on July 22nd. probably at Liliue
Each club must have its list of
thirty players in the hands of the
secretary not later than July 12th.
It would be well for those not fami
liar with the by-laws of the associa
tion, t'o read up, especially on that
portion dealing with the eligibility
If you really enjoy good baseball
and want to help the cause of elean
sport here on Kauai just mail a
check to one of the officers named
above and vshow that your interest
is more than grandstand deep. The
season's budget calls for 81500.00.
Do you hear the call?
Extraordinary values in Ging.
hams and Cotton Flannels at Sil
va's Eleele Store. Advt.
The Koloa Baseball Club
At a meeting held in Koloa last
Wednesday for the purpose of or
ganizing a baseball club, the fol
lowing officers were elected :
.Mr. E. Crop, president; Dr. A.
II. Waterhouse, Mr. J. K. Farley,
Mr. John Bush. Mr. A. Buchholtz,
Mr J. K. Cocket, Mr! W. D. Mc
Bryde, Mr. Alex McBryde, vice
presidents; Mr. H. Kuhlman, .Mr.
A. Jacobs, managers; Mr. Louis
Souza. secretary and treasurer; Mr.
W. K. Waialeale, captain.
It is the purpose of this club to
enter a team in the coming league
games beginning on the 22nd of
J. I. Silva's Eleele Store is offer
ing some special values in Trimmed
Ladies black leather hand bag.
Owner can havo same by calling at
this nlliee. nrnvintr nrniwri nml
1 paying for this ad.
At a meeting lipid at the County
Building last evening the Liliue
Baseball Club was reorganized, the
following officers and committees
being appointed: 4
President, Win. II. Rice, Jr.,
Secretary, J. B. Fernandez: Treas
urer, E. Carden'; Manager, Ex-Senator
Chas. A. Rice; Captain, ..Dr.
Appointed on the membership
committee J. B. Fernandez, Chas.
A. Rice and Dr. Branch. This com
mittee was instructed by tho chair
man to select 30 players and to
hand their names to Dr. Glaisycr,'
secretary of the Kauai League, be
fore thf 12th. hist.
On the Financial Committee
Chas. A. Rice,' E. Carden,' II. D.
Wishard, J. B. Fernandez and C.
K. Kuhhnann were appointed.
Discussion was raised as to the
supply of baseball suits and their
colors, which was finally left to the
Membership Committee, when sam
ples would be received from E. O.
Hall A Son.
For the Grounds Committee W.
II. Rice, Jr.. Enoka Lovell and
Harry Kadoguchi were appointed.
The Transportation Committee
consists of the members, o f the
The captain, Dr. Branch an
nounced that tho first practice game
would be played at 2 o'clock next
Several games havo been planned
and many are looking forward to a
very interesting season.
Notice of Sale of .
At 12 o'clock noon, Saturday,
July 21st, 1917, at the front door
of the Court House at Kapaa,
Kauai, there will be sold at Public
Let Ids Do All Your
Laundry and Dry Cleaning
Territorial Messenger Service
They do- more
than please the taste
rs for 10c
of IMPORTED and DOMESTIC tobaccos-Blended
R. B. ANDERSON, Director
C. H. ATHERTON, Director
, auction, under section 380 of' the
I Revised Laws of Hawaii of 1915, a
General Lease of the following
described' Government land:
Government remainder at Ka
paa, Kawaihau, Kauai, containing
an area of 71-50 acres, niore-or
less; upset rental, $180. per an
mini, payable semi annually in ad
vance; term of lease, 15 years from
July 21st. 1917.
The purchaser to 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 .Public
Lands, Capitol Building, Hono
lulu. WALTKK'A. Enolk,
Acting Commissioner of Public
Dated at Honolulu, June 14, 1917.
June 19, 26, Tuly 3, 10, 17.
Twcnty-t.vo elegant rooms
In" Main Building
Three Airy Cottages'
Cuisine unexcelled in country
W. H. Rice, Jr.,
For Hire Day or Night
Phone - - - 22 L
In Tim Circuit Court, Fifth
Circuit, Territory op Hawaii.
At Chambers In Probate,
In the Matter of the Estate of
Order for Notice of Hearing Pe
tition for probate of Will.
A document purporting to be
the last Will and Testament of Ger
hardt Brandt, decensed, having on
the 15th day of June, A. D. 1917,
been presented to said. Probate
Court, and a petition for the Prob
ate thereof, and for the Issuance of
Letters Testamentary to Herman
Brandt having been filed bv said
It is hereby ordered. That Sat
urday, the 21st. day of July A. D.
1917 at 9:30 o'clock A. M. of said
day, at the court room ot said
Court, at Lihue. District of Lihue,
County of Kauai. Territory of Ha
waii be and the same hereby is ap
pointed the time and the place for
proving said Will aud hearing saiji
It is further ordered. That notice
thereof be give'n. by publication,
once a week for three successive
weeks, in the Garden Island a
newspaper published in said Li
hue, the last publication to be not '
less than ten days previous to trie
time therein appointed for hear
Dated at Lihue. Hawaii, June
By the Court.
(Seal) D. Wji. Dean.
Attorney for Petitioner.
Time 19-26. July 3-10,
Notice to Tax Payers
By Act 135 of Session Laws of
, bection 1228 of Revised Laws
of Hawaii, Provides that all Auto
mobile or other Power Diiven Ve
hicles shall pay taxes from time
acquired .subsequent to January
1st of the then calendar year at
the rate of per pound less'S1
of the yearly tax for each month
or traction of a month.
"In determining the amount of
tax for Automobile and other pow
er driven vehicles the weight tak
en shall be that of such vehicles
when in orclinarv use and with all
its accessories and fittings, includ
ing fuel and water." All vehicles '
and dogs must be taged.
Dated, Koloa, Kauai, June 16,
J. K. Fari.ey,
Assessor Fourth Division.
June 19-26 July 3.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All persons, firms., or -'corporations
having" claims against the Na
tional Guard of 'Hawaii, incurred
during the period Ju y 1, 1915. to
June 30, 1917, and still unpaid,
must submit such bills, on proper
lorms provided lor tl.o pin pose, to
ihe Adjuunt Gencras Office,
Honolulu, (,t later than the 8th
day ot July. 1917. All bills sub
mitted must be properly approved
by the officei incurring the expense.
Attention is invited to the fact
that bills not-received before the
July 10. 1917, can not be paid out
of funds appropriated for the bien
nial period ending June 30, 1917, .
apd must be held up pending ac
tion on their, by the 1919 Legisla
ture. SAMUEL I. JOHNSON,
The Adjutant G.-neral.
L. W. Rhdincton,
Maj., A. G. Dept., N. G. II.
, , June 26-July 3-10