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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, OCT. 23, 1917.
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of this meeting and certified copies there
of lie sent ti the (iovernor and Land
Commissioner pf the Territory of Hawaii.
That Wheroni, the Territorial Govern
ment heretofore proposed to sell a right
of way through certain lands of the Gov
ernment at llanapcpe, Kauai, for the
purpose of permitting the transportation
of certain water there through;
And Whereas, it is the opinion of this
Chamber that the Territory of Hawaii
lias certain rights pf, in and to said water,
which said rights, if any, have not here
tofore lcen adjudicated or established by
And Whereas, certain individuals, un
der and by virtue of the provisions of
Section 73 ot the Organic Act of the Ter
ritory of Hawaii, have applied for the
entiy and ojK'ning of certain upper lards
of nan! Hanapcpc as homesteaders, whicrl
&aid lands have heretofore been and now
are being furnished with a portion of the
water in question for the purposes of irri
gation; Now Therefore:
I5e it Kesolved by the Kauai Chandler
of Commerce that, pending the final de
termination of the rights, if any, of the
said Territory to the water" above-des-crilied,
it is the consensus of opinion of
this Chamber, as well as the majority of
tilt people of the Island of Kauai, that
no right-of-way should lie granted across
the lands of Haniiee in question unless
then1 is connected therewith the follow
ing, among other, provisions, to-wit: (a)
that the siiid Territory, hy granting said
ditch right, docs not waive any right it
now or hereafter may have to the water
in question; and (b) that the purchaser
of said ditch right shall agree therein to
furnish water to said tipper lands of Ha
napcpe sutlicient to irrigate the same and
at a rati; to le mutually agreed upon by
said purchaser, prosjiective homesteaders
and the Territorial Government.
And 15e it Further Resolved that this
Resolution Ixi spread upon the minutes
of this meeting and certified copies there
of be sent to the (iovernor and Land
Commissioner of the Territory of Hawaii.
The President called fur discus
sion, and Mr. Patterson took the
lloor and went into the evident
policy of the present administra
tion in regard to homesteading,
stating that it was very evident that
there was intentional delay in
opening lands that under the Or
ganic Act were designated for this
purpose, and should be made avail
able immediately on the expiration
of the leases. In his opinion the
citizens desiring homesteads should
take proceedings to compel the im
mediate opening of these lands. In
his opinion the citizens in this case
should first get their land and then
open negotiations with the parties
interested in securing a right of
way for ditches, etc.
Mr. Broadbent said that he want
ed to state at this time that there
was no intention on the part of
either the Chamber of Commerce or
the general public of this Island to
stop the How of water in tho ditches
connected with this land for one
minute; that the people of this
Island were not out with any pro
position to "hold up" any one,
but were merely out to Uprotect
their rights, and demand an equit
able return for the valuable conces
sions that the Governor proposed to
sell, and that if there was any loss
in the production of food products
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cakes stay fresh and moist longer.
William Farnum appeared in the
leading role in that famous photo
drama "The Spoilers" and he be
came famous. Since that produc
tion he has been one of the prime
favorites of the silent drama, and
while he has appeared in a number
of great successes, the greatest of
all is easily "The Spoilers" edition
de luxe, of which will be shown in
Kauai this week
While the original edition was
one of the biggest attractions ever
brought to the Islands, the produc
ers felt there was something lacking
and "tried again." In the second
edition there are but few changes
in the cast and these for the better.
Farnum still appears as Glenister,
while Kathlyn Williams has been
added, essaying the role of .Cherry
Malotte, the dance hall girl who
plbys suh a prominent part in the
It is likely that the fight scene in
"The Spoilers" has called for more
comment than any one scene ever
photographed. In the present offer
ing the fight scene stands out alxtve
"The Spoilers" is on its farewell
tour, the picture rights expiring in
the near future and anyone who
misses any performances during the
present week' will miss one of the
really big things of the camera.
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Red Cross In
Of their own initiative the Church
Convention, recently assembled" in
Lihue, gave the Red Cross work a
prominent place on their program.
The great needs of the work were
explained to the church delegates
and a plea was made for the general
participation of the people of the
churches of all races in this indis
pensable good work.
A collection was taken for the
cause which realized $20.
Later in the day, bv special in
vitation, Mrs. C. A. Rice president,
of the local auxiliary, addressed the
convention explaining the work of
the organization, and showing sam
ple of the handiwork done. She
reported that there were now some
seventy members on the Island of
Kauai but that out of 24,000 peo
ple we ought to have a good many
more than this.
by reason of these lands remaining
idle, it would be entirely the gov
ernment officials, in whose hands
the homesteading of public lands
was, who would be responsible.
After further discussion by various
members the President put the
question and the resolutions were
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