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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY; JAN, 15, 1918
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Facts About the Draft
The drafting of men fort ho army
of the United States is at our door,
and considerable regular business is
now being suspended by some- to
help the government.
Ix-st the notice will have escaped
some registrants, a circular letter,
a copy of which is here printed, is
being sent to the plantation mana
gers and employers to instruct their
employees what to do.
To assist the selective1 draft which
takes place on this Island for a
period of 20 days beginning Jan. 7,
191S, you are respectfully requested
to notify all those in your employ
who registered under the Selective
Draft Act on July ol, 1!U7, to re
port to their precinct headquarters
immediately after obtaining the
Questionaires which shall be mailed
to them, for instructions how to
fdl the same. The chief registorer
in each precinct shall regulate the
You are further respectfully re
quested to notify all those who
entered your employ since July 81,
1!)17, and who had registered under
said Act on said day in another
precinct, to write to the Postmas
ters at the place where they lived
at the time they registered to mnil
their questionaires to them. Hav
ing received same, they may report
to the nearest precinct headquar
ters for advise.
Nothing short of personal notices
could make those who are subject
to the draft understand the import
of the matter and, considering the
time in which the draft must be
Letters from Paris betray an
noyance and alarm at the numbei
of American women established
nothing and can do there who do
little or nothing to justify their
presence. Some are young and in
experienced, some, are already ad
vanced in years, and all are equally
perplexing to the practical French
mind, which never loses its sense
of proportion. We have, indeed,
sent over to France trained, capable
and zealous women, who went be
cause there was work for them to
do, and who have done -it with all
their strength and with all their
intelligence. Of those women,
many of whom have been decorated
for valor, for devotion, - for noble
ami beautiful benevolence, the
country feels legitimately proud.
In justice to them, as well as to
our ally, we should hold sternly
back the useless ami unwise.
The Secretary of Stato Tor the
State Department of tho United
States o America, has authorlzedtho
undersigned to extend valid passports
of tho United States, when presented
for extension, within thirty days from
the dato of their expiration. Pass-
poi ts may lie extended for two perl- J civil Service Commission,
ods of six months each.
Signed: LUCIUS E. PINKHAM,
Governor of Hawaii.
CHANCE FOR STENOGRAPHERS
War lias mrtdo necessary tho em
ployment of a vast army of stenog
raphers and typewriters. In tho
making out of ordors and reports,
tlmo becomes a very essential olo
ment. No one can afford to ,wrlto
much with a pen, these days. Tho
demand for typists and shorthand
writers is now so urgent thnt the
government Is advertising for help
along that line. John W. Short, sec
retary of tho Civil Service examiners,
urges overyono within tho ngo limits
to take up thoso studios and apply for
examination under tho civil sorvlco
rules. Thoso who mako good are as
sured of steady employment at good
wages. Women receive tho samo
wages as men. In answering an in
quiry, Secretary Short says: "Rofer
ring to your recent application for
employment as a stenographer and
typewriter, you nre Informed that tfto
United States Government is In urgent
need of thousands of typewriter op
erators and' stenographers nnd type
writers to meet war demands. All
who pass tho examinations for tho
departments and olllces at Washing
ton, D. C, aro practically assured of
certification for appointment at sal
aries ranging from $1,000 to $1,200
a year. Advancement of capable em
ployees to higher salaries is reason
It Is tho manifest duty of citizens
with the special knowledge to use It
at this timo where it will bo of most
value to the Government. Qualified
pontons aro urged to enter examina
tions and accept Government employ
ment, oven at personal sacrifice.
Women, who are not prepared to take
up arms In defenco of tho country,
may find in this ofilce work nn op
portunity to help tho Government.
Persons who have not tho required
training aro encouraged to undergo
Instructions at once.
Examinations for tho Departmental
Service at Washington, D. C, for both
men and women, aro held every
Tuesday in 450 of tho principal cities
of tho United States, and applications
may bo filed with tho United States
ton, D. C, at any time. Those who
fail to pass may bo reexamined as
many times as they wish until they
attain an eligible rating.
LATEST WIRELESS NEWS
( Continued from page 1)
Tehckask headquarters of the Kalidines announce that the Bolshcviki
have succeeded in assuming power there. A decree has been published
lliuij lit n iuvii ni mini. luii.i iv i1ti.x111 1
completed, we are called upon to 8lvllltr the right to soldiers and workmen to hold a new election, to re-
appeal to you and your huias to
help out in every way you could to
bring our County to the fore in this
Enclosed please find a list of the
names of the Registered and As
sistants of each precinct. This list
will be increased.
Trusting that you will give this
matter your immediate attention
and thanking you in advance for
any assistance that you will give.
A. G. K.u.rKor,
Secretary Legal Board County of
LITTLE STORIES OF A SLICE OF
One slico of bread wasted in each
American homo every day mounts up
In a year to tho waste of l.iiOO.000 bar
rels of flour which took 7,000,000 bush
els of wheat, grown on 470,000 acres
of land, at tho cost of .$21,900,000 a
place the constituent assembly delegates, who are deemed not to repre
sent the workmen. Peasant food shortage at Potrourad has been nvert
cd through an agreement with the Ukraines, who will supply unlimited
bread stuh's foi half cash and half merchandise. Peasants' deputies
have asked the removal of Nicholas to Petrograd. Kronstadt for trial
before a military tribunal. Reports reach Copenhagen from Petrograd
that leader Nakousky of Roumania is working there to stir up a revolu
tion to depose Ferdinand of Roumania and establish a democracy.
New York: Railway Executives representing ninety percent of the
mileage in the United States have decided to ask Congress to limit the
period ot liovernment control to period of war.
Washington: Chairman Oliver of tho Naval Committee of the
J louse states complete satisfaction of tho ordnance inquiry. More than
1100 merchant vessels were equipped and get ammunition since March
I I. Jinny Allied merchant vessels .minne tlinsn prmintwl. In mldiHm,
the whole American fleet has been armed fight submarines. Reoganiza
tion and expansion of the operating department of Shipping Board, is
now under way. Oilices will be established soon in London, Paris and
Chicago: Hundred thousand volunter workers and many women
in overalls or bloomers aro shoveling snow. Railways moving far be
hind schedules. Most trains stalled under snow drifts have been extri
cated. Weather clear, temperature falling.
Washington: Meatless days suspended in California, Oregon,
Washington, Idaho, and Nevada because of lack of transportation.
Porkless Tuesdays substituted.
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Letters to Boy in France
Julian du Jour la a smalt boy In
Franco, ono of many, many thousands
whom wo do not know and In whom
wo havo no special Interest. But ho
anyway Is ot spoclal Interest to somo
of tho children ot Llhuo, because thoy
havo adopted him as frlond and bro
ther and object of their childish
Ho Is ten years old, and probably
nover heard of Hawaii before much
loss of Kauai. Uut from now on ho Is
going to bo woll Informed about theso
Islands, nnd about Llhuo In particular,
as woll as various other moro or less
hoterogonous interests, for tho chil
dren of tho Llhuo Sunday School havo
on a letter writing campaign that will
givo him sundry bits of information
dear to tho childish heart.
Ono small boy tells ot his dog Kuma
that was so culo and so smart, but ho
got run over by an automobllo and
went away and nover camo back.
Another tolls how wo havo a moun
tain house S00 feet high on tho side
ot tho mountain, and we go thero
sometimes, and stay two or threo days
and eat "rice and soyu and baikon."
Another tells about the Community
Christmas tree and how everyone sang
but thero wore no presents. Several
volunteer more or less Informatin
about Nehemlah, just to glvo tho cor
respondence a proper Sunday School
Julian will probably bo surprised
to learn that they know about Nehe
mlah in such a far-away, out ot tho
world placo as Kauai.
Theso letters aro being translated
by Mrs. Everett, and aro to go forward
every month; and every month some
llttlo gift Is to go with tho letters,
from somo ono member or family
represented In the school.
Julian Is in luck, and wo can im
nginc how much "set up" ho will be
over his good fortune, and how all his
littlo neighbors about him will envy
him. Hero's to a happy Now Year to
C. S. Judd, Superintendent of For
estry, in his last report gives an epit
ome of his recent work on Kauai. He
traveled with Forest Ranger Hosea
K. Lovell, over a large part of his dis
trict. Ho reports that tho trees which
Mr. Lovell planted on tho Kamalomalo
flats on government land within the
Kealia forest reserve aro doing nicely.
A fonco along tho Moloaa forest was
found to bo in need of repair, and the
holder of the lease was promptly uoti
fied. Tho boundaries of the proposed for
est reserve on tho makai land of Wal
lua, to include, tho Nonou rldgo, where
there yet remains a remnant of good
native forest In need of protection,
for water conservation purposes, were
gone over,, and found to includo the
land which it is dcsirablo to set apart.
During December 800 silk oak and
500 swamp mahogany trees were .set
out on tho Kealia reserve.
Two hundred and forty-four plants
were distributed on Kauai, of which
G2 were divided among three Bchools.
Mr. Slice of Bread
I am a Slice of Bread.
I measure threo inches by two and
a half, and my thickness is half an
My woight Is exactly an ounce,
'i am wasted once a day by 48,000
000 of Britain,
I am "tho bit loft over"; tho slice
eaten absentmlndedly when really I
wasn't needed. I am tho wasted
If you collect mo and my compan
Ions for a wholo week you would find
that wo amounted to 0380 tons of good
Two shiploads of good bread!
Almost' as much striking an
average as twenty German sub
marines could sink oven If thoy had
When you throw mo away or waste
mo you arc adding 20 submarines to
tho German navy.
Mangroves for Hawaii
Tho Islands In tho south seas and
other tropical regions aro fringed n
bout with a donso growth of tho Man
grovo trco which grows somowhat
nfter tho manner of tho Hau and
thorcforo has very valuable qualities
In rotainlng tho soil, which otherwise
might bo wnshed away. In many
places on thoso Islands largo quanti
ties of tho most fertile soil are wash
ed down from tho mountains In fresh
ots, discharged Into tho ocean and
swept away by tho ocean currents.
Any means that would retain this
valuablo soil would bo of great bonofit
to tho islands. Such a means Is tho
Mangrove, which, In most tropical In
sular regions has built up or retained
largo areas In this' way.
it now seems that wo havo this treo
growing successfully on tho Islands,
and giving promise of great valuo
hero, as olsowhorc. A writer in tho
Hawaiian Forester tells of Its Intro
duction years ago, and of tho first trco
which Is now a fine spreading growth
at Kallhl, near Honolulu; and moro
recently of tho planting of a grovo n
Molokai for tho double purpose of
retaining tho soil and furnishing food
for tho honey bees of that island.
This latter grovo Is doing well and
tho seeds therefrom aro spreading
through wide areas.
Tho Mangrovo will grow whoro no
other treo will right down into tho
salt water and by moans of its elab
orate root system will hang on as no
other trco will.
In addition to its other beneficial
qualities, tho wood Is valuablo, hard,
heavy, durable and capable of a fine
NOTICE OF SALE OF GOVERN
KNOCK In Kealia, Jan. 14, to Mr.
and Mrs. M. A. Knock, a daughter.
Yoon Gong Duk, aged 83, of Kilau-
ea, and Sarah kahiwalani aged
18, of Kapaa, were married at
that place on January 5th, 1918,
by Rev. Robert Puuki, of the Con
gregational Church of Hale Ka
lni, at Anahola.
lid ward Gardner, aged 42, of Ha-
nalei, and Lei Panole, aged 21,
were married at Hanalei on Jan
uary 6, 1918, by Robert Puuki.
Louis Morals, aged 20, of Eleele,
and Maria Rebeira, aged 16, of
Koloa, were married on January
5th, 1918, by David Kamala
Frank Manuel Rapoza, aged 24, of
Pakala, and Mary de Costa, aged
17, of Pakala, were married on
January 5th, 1918 by Father
Hermann Schradd, at Wraimea.
Geichi Kasapara, aged 29 of Wai-
mca, and Taru Tsugura, aged 1!),
of Waimea, were married at Wai
mea on January 10, 1918, by
David Kanutla Kapahee.
Four young ladies who sat at
table together in Lihue overheard
a young man say that tnere were
four times as many young women
on Kauai as there were young men,
and that the boys therefore stood
about an even chance to get a good
wife. But the young lady heard it.
and remarked that while there were
twenty-five young men to every one
hundred girls, the girls had only
one chance in a hundred of secur
ing a goou nushancl. llie young
man ate the remainder of his meal
without making any remarks.
Givo tho anniversary ot your wed
ding? Tell the dato of your wife's birth
day? Describe the dress your wifo is
wearing at this minute?
Glvo a recipe for a cako?
Toll tho prico of butter and eggs?
Sow a button on your suit In two
For Hire Day or Night
TENDERS TEACHERS COTTAGE
Tho Board of Supervisors of the
Count;- of Kau-ti at Llhuo, Kauai, will
receive bld3 up to 10 o'clock A. M
of February Oth, 1918, for furnishing
all materials and erecting a 34'x44
five room cottage on KUauca School
grounds at Kilauea.
Certified check to accompany bids,
$150.00; Bond $800.00. Upon a do
posit of $500.00 the undersigned will
loan a set of plans and specifications
to any prospective bidder.
J. H. Moragno,. .
County Road Supervisor.
Jan. 8, ID, 22, 29.
At 12 o'clock, noon, Thursday, Jan
uary 31st, 1918, at tho ofllco of tho
Sub Agent, Miss Bornlco E. L. Hund
ley, Kapaa, Kauai, there will bo sold
at public auction, a general leaso to
tho following doscrlbed Govornmont
Govornmont remnant lying botwocn
tho Kapaa Stream and Lots C3, 1C8,
169 and 170 of tho Kapaa Homesteads.
containing nn area of 2G.3 acres, moro
or less; upset rontal, $12. por annTrm.
payablo soml-nnnually In advanco;
term of lease, 15 years from January
Tho purchaser shall pay tho cost of
For maps and further Information
apply at tho offlco of tho Sub Agent,
Miss Bcrnico E. L. Hundley, Knpaa,
Kauai, or at tho ollico of tho Commis
sioner of Public Lands, Capitol Build
Ing, Honolulu, T. H.
B. G. IUVENBUItGH,
Commissioner of Public Lands.
Dated at Honolulu, December 2C,
TENDERS TEACHERS COTTAGE
The Board of Supervisors of the
County of Kauai at Lihuo, Kauai, will
receive bids up to 10 o'clock A. M.
of February Oth. 1D1S, for furnishing
all matcri.ils pn I erecting a 34'x44'
five room tottiiae on Kapaa School
grounds at Kap:.a, Kauai.
Certifie 1 check to accompany bids,
$150.00;l'ond $300.00. Upon a do
posit of $500.00 tho undersigned will
loan a set of p!.ms and specifications
to any pro.q.oetivo bidder.
J. H. Moragne,
County Bead Supervisor.
Jan. S, 15, 22,- 29.
NOTICE OF SALE OF LICENSE.
At 12 o'clock, noon, Thursday. Jan
uary 31st, 1918, at tho front door of
teh Capitol Building, Honolulu, T. H
thero will bo sold at nubile auction.
tho following :
A llcenso for right-of-way for a
allroad over certain Government
land sltuato at Kapaa, Kawalhau, Ka
uai; torm of llcenso, 12 years, 4
months and 19 days from January
31st, 1918; upset rental, $25. por an
num, payablo semi-annually In advance.
Tho purchaser shall pay tho cost of
For maps and further information.
apply at tho ofllco of tho Commission
er of Public Lands, Capitol Building,
Honolulu, T. H.
B. G. IUVENBUItGH,
Commissioner of Public Lands.
Dated at Honolulu, December 2C,
In the Circuit Court, Fifth Circuit,
Territory of Hawaii.
At Chambers In Probate
In the matter of tho Estate of
Francis Anderson Lyman, deceased,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notlco is hereby given bv tho
undersigned Administratrix ot tho
Estate of Francis Anderson Lyman,
deceased, to all persons having claims
against said decedent or his estato
to present the same duly authenti
cated, and with proper vouchors, If
any exist, to the undersignedAdminls
tratrlx, at her homo in Makaweli,
Kauai, whether such claims bo se
cured or unsecured, within six months
from January 8, 191S, (the date of tho
first publication of this notice) or
they will bo forever barred.
Dated this 8th day of January, A.
Mrs. Mamie A. Lyman,
Administratrix of tho estato of
Francis Anderson Lyman, deceased.
P. O. Address: Makaweli, Kauai.
Jan. 8, 15, 22, 29, 1918.
NOTICE RELATING TO FILING
ANNUAL STATEMENT OF COPARTNERSHIP.
Under tho requirements of and sub
ject to tho provisions of Chapter 189
of tho Revised Laws of Hawaii, 1915,
as amended by Act 98 of tho Session
Laws of 1917, notice is hereby given
to all firms In copartnership in tho
Territory of Hawaii to file in the of
fice of the Treasurer of the Territory,
not later than March 1, 1918, a state
ment of copartnership for tho year
ending December 31, 1917. on blanks
to bo furnished by tho Treasurer upon
Tho members of every copartner
ship who shall neglect or fail to com
ply with tho provisions of law, shall
severally and Individually be liablo
for all dobts and liabilities of such
copartnership and may bo severally
sued therefor, without tho necessity
of joining the other members of tho
copartnership in any action or suit, .
and shall also soverally bo liablo upon
conviction to a penalty not exceeding
live dollars for each and every day
while such default shall continue.
Ollico of tho Treasurer, Territory
of Hawaii, Honolulu, December
C. J. M'CARTHY.
Treasurer, Territory of Hawaii.
Jan. 7 St
Any one found shooting on any
of the Lihuo Plantation Company's
lands will be prosecuted to the full
est extent of tho law.
F. Wkiikk, Manager,
Paul It. IKNiu:a, Lessee.
NOTICE TO REGISTRANTS. .
Notlco is being issued to Regist
rants of tho County of Kauai to fill out
in proper form tho Questionairo which
is forwarded to them accompanying
the notice. This Questionairo is to
bo filled out, signed and returned
within soven days on penalty of pun
ishmont by ono year's imprisonment
and tho loss of valuable rights.
Those Questionaires aro being is
sued by installment, a hundred or so
a day. Wait until your turn comes,
then tend to tho matter promptly.