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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, FEB. 12, 1018.
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FAIR WILL HELP TO
WE MUST BE SELF SUP
Each Island Should Show to
the Others What It Can
And Does Produce
Honolulu, Feb. 5 Reorganization of
ominlsslon ot Hawaii, ro
itiso of tho resignation of
Mnj. .Innics 11. Dougherty us chairman,
licen completed at moot lugs huld
this week. Kauai was represented by
r. H. Case, Its commissioner, and
Mnui by Harold W. nice. James Hun
derson of Hawaii was prevented from
attending by his duties on tho draft
board, but sent In a written prelhnl
nary report which was highly satis
At a meeting. between the fair com
mission and tho food commission held
this morning the latter body gave the
fair Its enthusiastic support, nud
promised hearty cooperation.
Why should there bo n Territorial
Fair, and especially why at this time,
is a question tho commissioners have
been frequently called upon to answer.
This answer was In part brought out
before tho food commission. In no
other way can the people ot the vari
ous islands bo shown so well how to
becomo self supporting and independ
ent of tho mainland. Tho exhibits of
tho different islands will show what
each is doing, tho methods employed
and the results obtained. From such
exhibits each can learn something
from tho other.
Widely separated, or at least styia
rated by stretches of water which
from ordinarily meeting and rubbing
:eep tho residents from one eount
elbows and exchanging ideas with
hose of another county, there is a
nirprising amount of ignorance among
ho residents of the Territory of the
esource3 and tlio possibilities of Ha
waii nol. This the fair will tend to
Hawaii, and each of tho Islands
lias been bent upon showing tho out
3lde world what It has in beauties of
of nature, in marvelous scenery and
oolnts of interest, and Incidentally In
ultivating tho tourist crop almost as
is assiduously as the cane crop. It
has neglected to show tho residents
)f tho different islands, what each
sland has and each can accomplish,
n the absence of tourists in any mini-
ior. witli snipping n doubtful and un-
ort-iin quantity, tho time Is at hand
or the people of Hawaii to get ne-
luuhitod with one another, and with
ho oilier islands of tho group. Thh
ho fair will accomplish. .Meantime
t will 1)0 tho aim to make it as in
ruetive as possible, especially to tho
iiimi'stender and tho small farmer, no
mitt ir what may be his race or na
The Commissioners call attention to
bo fact that this Is not Honolulu's
lir, but that it belongs to tho wholo of
ho Territory, and each Island in turn
will bo called upon lo hold It year
tftor year hereafter.
It should bo a matter of civic or ln-
ailar pride for tho host eitlzns of each
island to show to those of other is
lands thOso things which they can
swine, poultry, dogs and other pets,
what they grow better than is pro
duced elsewhere, what they have done
since tho war started in Increasing
production, what each county offers Its
residents in tho way of education, and
a hundred other things that will bo to
tho advantage of all. Thoso are a few
of the answers tho commission has
given to tho first part of tho question,
and to tho question "Why in wartime,"
the answer is that It Is now most es
sential that every person should know
how to conserve, how to make tho
most of what ho or she has, how-to
get more and butter, in short, how to
fight the war at homo.
Ileal committee organization starts
on Oahu tomorrow morning with tho
organization of a live stock committee.
Other committees will speedily form.
Tho matter of a site is still some
what in abeyance, resting between
what Is known as tho capital site,
and tho federal building, or Irwin silo.
If tho big von Hanim-Young garage,
now Hearing completion, can bo uo
cured to houso tho exhibits, tho capi
tal sito will undoubtedly bo selected.
This building Is a full block In length
and fifty feet In width. With build
lugs in the Lauinkca grounds that
havo boon offored, and temporary
buildings on tho paths of tho capital
grounds, stalls for tho livestock on
Likoliko and Hichards street, there
would bo ample accomodations.
It will bo unique to havo a fair
held in tho heart of tho city.
Thero are a few holes in tho road
out toward Kapaa which ougght to bo
(Continued from Pane 5)
laws of 1017, to relievo tho County'
financial situation, was accepted.
A petition (P1512) from Kckuha for
of Kauai, pursuant to Act 72, Session
the appointment of Palokn Ono as luna
for tho road laborers employed on the
now Mana road work, was referred to
tho County Engineer, with full power
Mr. Brandt moved that tho Commls
slonor of Public Land bo requested to
set aside sttlllcicnt area of the public
land at Waimca for establishing stroe
linos In ncordanco with proposals
marked in rod Ink on n plan and sur
vey of Waimca town, mudo by W. F,
Thrum, surveyor, also to sot aside the
grounds hi front of tho court houso
marked 'Park' in rod and shown 011 a
blue print of proposed park for Wal
mea, and being seconded by Mr. Men
ofoglio, tho sanio was carried.
Tho report (P1513) of tho County
Engineer for tho month of January
last was placed on lllo. it was as
'Following Is my report- for tho
month of January, 1818:
Road work (Trading was started on
the new locution of Mana road, on
which a force of about forty men nro
now at work, making a good showing
Grading on tho Camp -1 Job is now fin
Ishod and work of building stone walls
along bill ill began.
In Koloa District fair progress was
made on the Kukullono road contract.
Asphalting and oiling was done at
Koloa and vicinity.
tU Lihue, tho balance of grading
111 preparation for macadam was done
on tho HalahaKa-Malumalu road,
where macadamizing will bo started
Some oiling was done from Grovo
Farm railway crossing towards Na-
wllhvlli . j-C Calol Asphaltum was
used with a sand dressing. Tho Ka
paia short cut bridge 13 now being
In Kawalhau, work was started on
the now cut-off grade at Akullkull
bridge. Grading work was started In
preparation for macadam on the
Kapaa School road where macadam
izing will stitrt in a few days.
Some asphalting was done along
tho rivor in Hanalci valley. Gutters
wore cleaned and some of the fills
idened through Kllnuoa plantation.
Most of tho lumber for renewal of
the Wainiha bridge has arrived. A
very strong wooden bridge will bo
erected. The old bridge lumber will
probably be used at tho mouth of
ilanalel river for a temporary bridge
for getting rock across to be used on
Hanalci beach road.
One Hungalow school room was fi
nished at Makawoll.
Two Hungalow schoolrooms have
just boon completed at Hanapepe
chool. One more room will bo erect
ed at Makawoll this month.
Ono Hungalow school room was
finished at Kapaa. Desks for all ad
ditional school rooms have boon sup
plied. Repair work was done at Kilauea
Tho principal's cottage at tho High
School is well under way and will
probably bo finished this month.
At Kapaa school, Mr. Priggio s cot
tage was moved on to the now grounds.
likewise tho shop building. The ad
ditional grounds wore fenced in (Hi
Upon a .motion from Mr. Monefoglio.
seconded by Mr. Ilettoncourt, Jr. the
ounty Engineer was given full au
thority to proceed as soon as practi
able with tho macadamizing of the
oads in Kapaa town and as formerh
lecided upon by tho Hoard.
Mr. Brandt moved that tho Count:
ngineor furnish plans and estimate;
tho re construction of Wailua
n-Idge, and being seconded by Mr.
Mellryde, the same was carried.
Mr. Brandt also moved that the
hairman have full authority on bo
ill ot tho Hoard to approve a request
hat may be presented by tho County
Vudltor for additional appropriations
or tho pavniont or all demands al-
t'pon the suggestion of tho County
inglneer, the salary of Tlleo. 1. Black-
stad, roadluna for Waimca, by a
unanimous vote was increased by
twenty-ilve dollars per month, but only
wliile tho olUcial Is being engaged 011
ork of the new Mana road which is
At 1 o'clock p. 111. tho mooting ad-
ourned subject to the call of the
Reference to tho figures In tho re
port of tho Hoard of Supervisors show
that tho bids for tho erection of resi
dences for teachers varied but little.
For tho erection of a school residence
at Kapaa, Henry Do Fries & Son bid
$4,057.50, Thomas L. Andrews $4,003.00
and Harry L. White 5-1,777. For the
rcsidonco at Kilauea Henry Do Fries &
Son bid $4,847.50. Thomas L. And
rews $4,S53, Harry L. White $4,802,
and W. F. Sanborn $3,000. It will bo
noted that W. F. Sanborn offered to
construct tho building at Kilauea for
$3,000, but failed to bid on tho erec
tion of the building at Kapaa, which is
to bo constructed after the samo plans.
Tho bid of Henry Do Fries & Son,
therefore, boing the lowest bid submit
ted, was awarded tho contract, tho
prlco being $4,GS7.50.
Helping Red Cross
Tho $21 which was collected by tho
Chamber of Commerce in Liuo nt their
last meting, has been divided between
tho East and West units of tli Red
Cross. J. I. Sllva passed tho hat at
Kukitllona, and secured tho sum of
$0.10, which has also been divided be
tween tho two units. Mrs. Eric Knud
sen is chairman of tho chapter on tho
East Side, and Mrs. Charles Rico is
chairman of the Red Cross for Kauai.
Mrs. Erie Kundsoii has written a very
appreciative letter thanking tho Cham
ber of Commerce for Its donation.
Tho four cases shipped by the Kauai
Auxiliary of tho Honolulu Hawaii
Chapter of tho American Rod Cross
on Jan. 20th, has been valued at $1110,
Attorney Fred Patterson, who has
been In Honolulu for a week on legal
business, has returned.
Mrs. John l.otils, of,Kolou, died at
that place on Wednesday of last week.
She had been suffering with paralysis
for a number of years.
George M. Turner of San Francisco,
and I). Conway nnd'W. F. von Honis
kcrk Dukor of Honolulu, nro registered
at tho Lihue Hotel.
Mrs. Manuel SImoo, of Koloa, died
thcro last Tuesday. SI10 and hor hus
band wore old residents of Knnal.
Their children are all amrried.
W. W. Goodalo, managor of tho Wul-
lua Agriculture Company, and Alonzo
G. Gartloy, director of Hrowor & Co.,
of Honolulu, havo been visiting plan
tations out Hanalol way. Thoy are
enjoying tholr trip, and say they don't
feel like hurrying homo.
Tho tableaux "An American Red
Cross Family" struck a responsive
chord apparently in every breast since
It was most enthusiastically encored.
It represented tho whole family from
tho white bearded grandfather down
to tho youngest child all busily ungat
ed in knitting. Tho Moragno familv
furnished most of tho knitW. Mr.
Do Lacoy mudo a genla'. and helpful
District Court News
Mane Ihara, a Japanese chauffeur.
was arrested for Infraction of trallic
rules, and forfeited his ball of $10.
Sam Chin was arrested for infrfact
ion of tho traffic laws in not having a
tail light burning on his auto. Ho for
feited $10 bail.
A nolle qrossoqui was entered 111 tho
case of Pollocarplo Arzodon, who had
been charged with larceny.
Willie Paku got out of jail a few
days ago, whoreJio had served a six
months' sentence. He hit a friend with
1 rock, last Sunday, and went right
lack to jail, whore ho will servo anoth
er six months.
Weather pormitung, tho opening
matches of tho Lihue Tennis Mixed
Doubles will bo played next Friday
afternoon. Hoth courts will bo in use
mining off two mutches at onco. In
ho first match Miss Searight and Dr.
Young will play against Miss II. Shel
don and C. A. Rico. In the second
match Miss Mcinlyro and K. C. Hop
per arc matched against Airs. Maud
Thompson and C. H. Wilcox.
Tho contestants in both matches arc-
cry evenly matched and the games
should prove interesting.
Red Cross Tableau
Tho Red Cross Tabloux at tho Ar
meninn entertainment were as fol
ows: "Tho Goddess of Liberty," Mlsr
Cates; "Columbia's Gloat Task," Miss
Catos and Mr. Case; 'The Red Cross
Helps the Army and Navy." Mr. am!
Airs. C. II. Wih ox and Mr. Case; "Thr
Call for Iie:p " Mr. .'iid Mrs. Wood
Lihue Auxiliary An. .vers tho Call,'
'.Irs. C. A. R!ce Mim Melntjre, Mrs
Wood. Mrs. C. H. Wll-oc. Miss Catoj;
ho Youngest Ally," Jimmlo Clapper
and Isabella Hogg.
.110 .i,ii;ie.ii it ; .uuoaux tho othei
t.n ,i , u . v , ;r p '..U: representation:
A the o... . r.ii . ; .11.1 privations of tha,
mfortunute peop?c. Tho prlncipa.
rafts were taken os follows: The
athor, Judge Dickey; tho Mother.
.Miss Wlckurshelm; tho daughter ami
lerolno of tho story, Josephine Mora
igno; the children of tho family, Percj
.jydgate, Kenneth Hopper, James Clap
per. Tho Turkish officers, Win. Sor
rao, Carlos Garces and Herbacio Lin
alos. Several Filipino women and one
onall baby took part as refu&ocs.
NOTICE TO TAX PAYERS
OF 1018 TAX RATE
T ho Re ll and Personal property In
he Fourth Taxation Division, will he
taxed at tho rate of $1.81 per hundred,
518.10 per thousand, dollars valuation,
for tho purposes sot forth hi Section 5
jf Act 145, Session Laws 1011; to-wlt:
For current Expenses ot County;
For Permanent Improvements;
For Interest and Sinking Fund on
Bonds allowed to County;
For Assessing and Collecting Taxes.
J. K. FARLEY,
Assessor Fourth Taxation Division.
Koloa, Kauai, February 2. 101S.
Fob. 5, 0, 12, 17.
All persons having claims against
tho Congressional Entertainment
Fund, arising out of tho rtvunt enter
tainment of tho Congressional visit
ors, aro requested to filo such claims
with tho undersigned before Febru
ary If.th, 101S, or thoy will bo barred.
y GERRITJ'. WILDER.
Secretary Financo Committee,
Any one found shunting on any
of the Liliue Plantation Company's
lauds will be pto.-ceutwl to tlip full
est extent of the law.
F. 'i:iii:ii, .MniiiiKor,
Pah. 11. IsiCNin.'iiti, Lepwe.
In Tint Circuit Count ok Tint
l-'ii'Tii Cikctmt, Tuukitok'v
x op Hawaii.
A.t Chambers In Probate
In the matter of the Hstate of
Nobili J Initio Cosln, deceased.
Order for not ire of beai inj; Peti
tion for probate of will.
A document purporting to be tlio
last will and testament of Nobili
Ilattio Costa, deeensed, having on
tlic 12-1 til tliLV of. Sunloinhor. A. n
1!)17, been presented to said Pro
bate Court, and 11 petition for the
probate thereof, and for the issu
ance of letters tcstanienlnry to
laeintlio Costa, having been filed
by bis attorney, Kred Patterson,
It is hereby ordered, that .Satur
day, the Kith day of Febrttarv, A.
I). 1D1.S, at 10 o'clock A. M . , of
said day, at the court room of said
court, nt J.ibue, Kauai. Territory
of Hawaii, be and the same here
by is appointed the time and place
for proving said will and hearing
It is further ordered, that notice
thereof be given, by publication,
once u week for throe suocosmvo
weeks, in the Garden Island, a
newspaper published in said Lihue,
the lust nublicalion to be Hot 1p4(4
than ten days previous to the time
therein appointed for hearing.
Dated at Lihue, llaunii, Jan
uary lllli, l'.MS.
PV THIS COUIiT,
In the Circuit Court, Fifth Circuit,
Territory of Hawaii
At Chambers In Probate
In tho matter of tho Estate ot liana
Frledrich Wllhelm Isonburg, deceas
ed. ORDER OF NOTICE OF HEARING
PETITION FOR PROBATE
A DOCUMENT purporting to bo tho
Last Will and 'I estament of Hans
Frledrich Wllhelm Isonborg, deceased,
having on tho 22mt day of January,
A. D. 1918, been presented to the said
Probate Court, and a petition for pro
Data thereof, praying tor tho issuance
of Letters Testamentary to Mary
Dorothea Rico Isenborg and Hawaiian
i'rust Company, Limited, having been
filed by said Hawaiian Trust Company,
It is ORDERED that Tuesdav, tho
5th day of March, A. D. 1918, at 0
o'clock A. M. of said day, at the Court
Room of said Court at Lihue, County
of Kauai, Territory of Hawaii, bo and
tho samo is hereby appointed tho
time and place for proving said Will
and hearing said application.
It is further ORDERED that notice
thereof bo given by publication onco
a week for three successive weeks
in the Garden Island, a newspaper
printed and published in Lihue, Kauai,
tho last publication to bo not loss
than ten (10) days previous to tlio
time therein appointed for hearing.
Dated: Lihue, Kauai, T. II., Jan
uary 22nd, A. D. 1018.
(Sgd.) LYLE A. DICKEY,
Judge of tlio Circuit Court of tlio
(Sgd.) D. Win. DEAN,
Clerk of tho Circuit Court of tho
Jan. 20, Feb.D, 12, 19. 1918.
NOTICE RELATING TO FILING
ANNUAL STATEMENT OF CO
PARTNERSHIP. Under tho requirements of and sub
ject to tlio provisions of Chapter 180
of tho Revised Laws of Hawaii, 1015,
as amended by Act 08 of the Session
Laws of 1917, notice is hereby given
to all firms in copartnership in tho
Territory of Hawaii to file in tho of
fico of tho Treasurer of tho 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 the provisions of law, shall
severally and Individually bo llablo
for nil debts and liabilities of such
copartnership and may bo soverally
sued therefor, without tho necessity
of joining tho other members of tho
copartnership in any action or suit,
and shall also severally bo liable upon
conviction to a penalty not exceeding
fivo dollars for each and every day
while such default shall contlnuo.
Office of tho Treasurer, Terrltqry
of Hawaii, Honolulu, December
C J. M'CARTIIY,
Treasurer, Torritory of Hawaii.
Jan. 7 St
Henry De Fries & Son
IJUIUDKUS of HOUSKS
and HRIDOKS. -
Intimates cheerfully given.
, P, O. Lniuis.