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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, FEB. 19, 1918.
The Secretary of State for the
State Department of the United States
C A 1
or America, nas
dersigned to extend valid passports
of the United States, when presented
for extension, within thirty days from
the date of their
ports may be extended for two periods
of six months each.
' Signed: Lucius E." Pinkhani,
Governor of Hawaii.
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San Francisco. Feb. 19. Schrocdcr
hns boon fined ono thousand dollars,
London. British casualties for tho
week, 38 olllcors. 105 men killed or
died of wounds; 119 offlccrs, 2924 men
wounded nnd missing. Hobertson has
accepted command of East England.
Copenhagen. Correspondent of tho
Exchange Telegraph reports a deep
schism between Germany and Austria
by, tho termination of tho armistice
between Rusla and tho Central Powers
and renowal ot a stato of war. Tho
Austrian press Is reported as warning
Germany that tho reopening of hostll
Itlos was not desired by Austria.
Stockholm. Germans have resumed
war measures against Russia, accord
lug to the Social Democratcn. Tho
first objective seems to bo Esthonla
Berlin. Official bulletin states that
operations have been resumed against
tho Russian front. On Saturday tho
Germans croscd tho Dvlna river.
Washington. C. II. Hyde ot Oklaho
ma Council of Defence, told tho Sen
ate Agricultural Committee that wheat-
les weeks, instead or whcMicss days,
are imminent, unless tho price fixing
be extended to wheat substitutes.
Rockford. Brig. Gen. Frederick Sib
ley retired, dead nt Camp Grant, of
pernicious anemia, aged GG. Ho had
an enviable record against Indians and
in tho Philippines. Ho commanded
the -Military Academy from 1909 to
lloston. Son born to Mrs. Archie
Koosovolt. This Is the Colonel's eighth
Amoy. Earthquakes continue. Many
injured. Moro than a hundred build
ings in tho city collapsed.
Petrograd. Tho Bolshevikl defeat
Polish counter revolutionists at Minsk.
Heavy casualties. Ono detachment of
Poles completely wiped out.
Washington. Supplementary appro
priation estimates include tho naval
emergency item of a hundred million
dollars, to speed up ship building and
to purchase and construct destroyers
and submarines. Tho House yester
day pased a billion dollar urgent de
Honolulu. Local agents of tho Jap
anese steamer line Toyo Klsen Kaisha,
notified that it will take no further act
ion toward securing coast business un
til further advices. Agents say that
thismeans only a postponement, Good
ing Field and Huber issue orders that
no Class A men bo allowed to leave for
Coast. Nearly 200 men were prepar
ing to sail on tho Governor.
Washinngton, and cables Hackfekls
Frear reaches San Francisco from
that full report of his work is being
forwarded by mail.
Nat Brown, Claudo Wayne, are Pa
cific Coast doubles champions. Rob
erts, the Pacific Coast singles cham
pion, will arrive for tho Carnival
Honolulu, Fob. IS. Exciting scenes
in fish market when fishermen refused
to accept prices fixed by Food Com
missioner. They threatened to stop
fishing, or take their catches to other
islands where they could get higher
prices. Child addressed them, urging
that they bo patient for a few days.
Ho said there. was no desire on his
uart to force a loss on them. Ho said
vo would rather see them double their
profits, so as to insure greater catches.
Finally the stall men agreed to con
tinue another day at least to see what
tho developments would be.
News has been received of the ar
rest on the mainland of Carl Elsch
nor, tho German scientist who investi
gated the guano deposits on Fanning
shortly before tho appearance of tho
Nurnberg, which destroyed tho cable
station of the company there. Elsch
ner arrived in Honolulu shortly be
fore the Nurnberg did, and it is sup
posed that he furnished information
regarding hidden cash on Fanning Isl
and. Elschner' spent some time in
Honolulu investigating the smaller
islands to the northwest, and publish
ed scientific descriptions of these In
tho Advertiser. He was apparently
only deeply engrossed in science.
When arrested ho had maps of Hawaii
in his possession. He is being held in
Collector llathoway has beennoti
(led that geisha dancers must pay
Petrograd. Bloody civil war is rag
ing. South Kiev fall to the Bolshe
vik! alter eight days' battle. Thous
ands killed. Many corpses of women
and children in the streets, killed by
London. Twenty-seven killed, forty
ono injured, air raids Saturday and
Sunday. On both occasions tho raid
ers suffered heavily, but no number
of tho machines brought down has
boon announced. Portuguese troops
at Nouvo Chapello raided Germans,
Washington. It has been oflcially
announced that Ishii has been appoint
ed ambassador to represent Japan at
Honolulu, Feb. 18 A Resolution Ha
waiian Protectivo Association, passed
December 30, signed by Kuhio and
other leaders, and forwarded to Con
gross somo weeks ago, has been made
public hero. Tho resolution in its pre
amble recites tho history of boozo in
Hawaii, diminishing Hawalians from
400,000 to 28,000. Tells progress of
temperance work since it was .launch
ed by King in 1S3S and concludes with
a demand for Immediate application
of all cffectlvo means, calling out. war
measures, that from such a standpoint
prohibition in llawuli is an immediate
necessity. 'Iheroforo suspension of
of Home Rulo practice. "While wo
boiiovo wo should under ordinary con
ditions adhere to home rulo doctrine
wo recognizo that tho emergency crea
ted by war must bo mot In order to ac
complish this Homo Rulo doctrine, o
it must bo suspended." Tho Shaffroth
bill comes before tho committee today
It is believed that Kuhio will seek a
substltuto measure, without plebiscite
Berlin Official bulletin says small
engagements dovclopcd at Chcrlsy
front. Number of Germans taken
London Dover and Dunkirk woro
attacked Saturday by air raiders. Ono
machine reached London. Four cas
ualties. Washington No moro Hawailans
returned as lost on tho Tuscania.
Executivo council of American Fed
orated Labor, in declaration endorsed
the President's war alms, and recognl
zed that war against Prusslanlsm Is
Americans In France Americans
patrol penetrated beyond the front
lino of German entrenchments and
returned. They were blocked by an
electric current turned Into the front
wires. They lay hidden and undis
covered, and finally returned safely.
Germans have learned significance of
American signals. Yesterday thoy
sent up rockets signifying gas attacks
and others calling for barrago, hoping
to create confusion In American tren
ches. Observation officers noting
source of signals, notified trenches and
batteries of the ruse. Yesterday an
American hospital became again tha
target for Gorman bombs. Many
patients endangered in hospital will
now bo moved.
French Headquarters American
and French troops together now hold
ing front line trenches. French officer
told American correspondent that Am
ericans' only fault was that they were
too eager for battlo.
Petrograd Moscow despatches say
German soldiers at Grondo refused to
obey commands on trench front.
Entrenched men protected Bclves with
own artillery against tho loyal troops
sent to punish. This may refer to
mutiny of Januuary 5th.
iVmstordam Vienna despatches say
Rumania Intends to enter negotia
tions for peace with the Central
Powers providing previous assurance
is received that sovereignty unassailed !
leaving them free to determine their
own dynastic policies. They aro ready
to cede Bulgaria, provided Rumania
assists in the Besserabla controversey.
Honolulu, Feb. 17 Welnzhelmer re-
turns to Lahuina. Questioned regard
ing the truth of the report that he call
ed engineer McCubbin on carpet and
berated him for not offering his sub
marine invention to German Govern
ment, said he didn't care to make ex
planations while under investigation.
Fenn and his wife will be examined
by the committee, which will leave
probably In a few days for Maul to
Washington Thousands of unnat
uralized Germans failed to register
and are subject to Government intern
ment. Action will be taken within a
Amsterdam Dispatches ascribed to
Well informed source", declared pos-
ible resumption of Germun military
operations against Russia is not to
affect attitude of Austria-Hungary.
German press angry over resignation
of Polish cabinet.
Honolulu, Feb. 1G Castle & Cooke
have been notified that tho privilege
has been extended to the Toyo Klsen
Kaisha lino to carry first-class pas
sengers and perishable freight from
Honolulu to San Francisco. The
license is indeterminate and cancel
able at any time and at the pleasure
of the shipping board. The matter of
permission to carry passengers and
freight from coast to Honolulu is still
Gooding Field states the draft Is
omlng soon to Hawaii, dud that It will'
call probably six to eight thousand.
Every order received from Washing
ton indicates haste.
n the Circuit Court, Fifth Circuit,
Territory of Hawaii
At Chambers In Probate
In the matter of the estate of Fran
Cisco Feneira, deceased.
ORDER OF NOTICE OF HEARING
PETITION FOR ADMINIS
TRATION. ON READING and filing tho Peti
tion of Louis A. Cabral, of Eloelo,
Kauai, alleging that Francisco Feneira,
of Lawai, Kauai, died intestato at La-
wal, Kauai, on the 14 th day of Dec,
A. D. 1917, leaving property In the Ha
waiian Islands necessary to be admin!
Btered 'upon, and praying that Letters
of Administration issue to Louis A.
It Is ordered that Saturday, tho 23rd
day of March A. D. 1918, at 10 o'clock
A. M., bo and hereby Is appointed for
hearing said Petition in tho Court
Room of this Court at Llhuo, Kauai,
at which time and place all persons
concerned may appear and show cause,
if any thoy have, why said Petition
should not be granted.
Dated: Lihuo, Kauai, Feb. 18th, 1918.
(Signed) LYLE A. DICKEY,
Judge of tho Circuit Court of tho
I Attest: (Signed) D.-Wm. DEAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court of tho Fifth
Feb. 19, 2G, March 5, 12.
Local Board, Division No. 2, County
of Honolulu, Torr. Hawaii, National
Guard Armory, Honolulu.
February 12, 1918.
Undor Section No. 129 ot tho Se
lective Servlco regulations, any regis
trant except an alien enemy who falls
to return his questionnaire on tho dato
required, shall bo deemed to have
waived all rights for filing claims and
proof for deferred classification nnd
shall stnnd classified in Class 1, and
bo so recorded by the local board.
Owing to tho difficulty In locating
registrants, Local Boards, Divisions 1
and 2 of tho City and County of Hono
lulu have extended tho time for filing
questionnaires to nnd Including Satur
day Fob. 1G, 1918.
.All registrants under tho jurisdic
tions of both of said boards who fail
to return their questionnaires by that
tlmo will bo classified In Class 1 on tho
claslficatlon lists of said boards.
To all persons holding or controlling
enemy property, or property of allies
of enemies, or Indebted to enemies
or allies of enemies (as the word
"enemies" Is defined by Act of Con
gress of October 6, 1917, relating to
Trading With the Enemy).
TAKE NOTICE, that tho Honorable
A. Mitchell Palmer , alien property
custodian under said Act of Congress,
has appointed tho TRENT TRUST
COMPANY, LIMITED, whoso office
Is at 91G-920 Fort Street, Honolulu,
Hawaii, as Depository for tho Terri
tory of Hawaii of enemy property nnd
enomy money, nnd property and money
of allies of enemies, all within the
definition nnd contemplation ot said
Act of Congross, and that all persons,
firms, associations, and corporations
having property or money of, or owing
money to, enemies or allies of ene
mies, according to the definition ot tho
word "enemy" in said Act, shall turn
over, or pay, as the case may bo, to
said depositary, tho Trent Trust Com
pany, Limited, nil such property or
money, respectively, and further that
ill persons, firms, associations or cor
porations having, holding or controll-
ng enemy property or enemy money,
or property or money of allies of
enemies, or owing money to such
enemies -or their allies as aforesaid,
shall forthwith mall or deliver to said
depositary at Honolulu a sworn report
of such property, money or indebted
Honolulu, January 22, 1918.
TRENT TRUST COMPANY, LTD.
By RICHARD H. TRENT,
Feb. 12, 19.
Ordinance No. 11
To amend Section 3 of Ordinance No.
7, relating to Estrays on Belt Road
and Public Grounds.
Be it ordained by the Board of Super
visors of the County of Kauai.
Section 1. Section 3 of Ordinance
No. 7, relating to Estrays on Belt Road
Jind Public Grounds Is hereby amend
ed, so as to read as follows:
"Section 3. Any owner or person
having possession, control or charge
of such animal or animals so taken
up or Impounded shall pay to such
person or persons as may bo author
.zed as aforesaid, the sum of fifty
cents per head as expenses for taking
up, driving and impounding said ani
.nal or animals together with all pound
fees as provided herein."
Section 2. This amendment shall
take effect at the expiration ot thirty
lays from and after its publication.
Approved this Gth day of February,
BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
( SEAL ) County of Kauai,
(County of Kaua) H. D. WISHARD,
J. MAIIIAI KANEAKUA,
The Board of Supervisors of the
County of Kauai will receive bids up
to 10 o'clock of March Gth, 1918, ofr
furnishing all building materials to
be used in the construction of a six
room teachers' cottage at Eleele
List of materials and information
will be furnished on application to the
J. H. MORAGNE,
County Road Supervisor.
Lihuo, Hawaii, Fob. 11, 1918.
Feb. 12, 19, 2G, Mar. 5.
NOTICE TO TAX PAYERS
OF 1918 TAX RATE
Tho Real and Personal property in
tho Fourth Taxation Division, will he
taxed at tho rate of $1,81 per hundred
$18,10 per thousand, dollars valuation
for tho purposes, set forth in Section 5
of Act 145, Session Laws 1911; to-wit
For current Expenses of 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, 1918.
Feb. 5, 9, 12, 17.
In Tint Circuit Court ov Thk
Kii'Tit Circuit, Turritorv
At Chambers In Probate
In the matter of the Estate of
Nohili Ilattic Costa, deceased.
Order for notice 'of hearing Peti
tion for probate of will.
A document purporting to be thr
Inst will and testament of Nohirr
Iltittio Costa, decensed, having on
the 24th day of September, A. D.
1917, been presented to said Pro
bate Court, and a petition for the
probate thereof, ami for tho issu
ance of letters testamentary to
Jacintho Costa, having been filed
by his attorney, Fred Patterson,
It is hereby ordered, thnt Satur- ,
day, the lGtli day of February, A.
D. 1018, nt 10 o'clock A. M., of
said day, at the court room of said
court, at Lihue, Kauai, Territory
of Hawaii, be and' the same here
by is appointed the time and pliwo
for proving said will and hearing
It is further ordered, that notice
thereof be given, by publication,
once a week for three successive
weeks, in the 'Garden Island, a
newspaper published in said Lihue,
the last publication to be not less
than ten days previous to the time
therein appointed for hearing.
Dated at Lihue, Hawaii, Jan
uary 11th, 1918.
BY THE COURT,
Sgd. D. W. Dkan,
n the Circuit Court, Fifth Circuit,
Territory of Hawaii
At Chambers In Probate
In the matter of tho Estate of Hans
'riedrlch Wilhelm Isenberg, doceas-
ORDER OF NOTICE OF HEARING
PETITION FOR PROBATE
A DOCUMENT niirnnftlni fn tin
Last Will and Testament of Hans
'riedrlch Wilhnltn TannliPi P" ilnnniaml
having on tho 22nd day of January!
ii. u. ueen presented to the said
Probate Court, and a petition for pro
bate thereof, praying for the issuance
of Letters Testamentary to Mary
Dorothea Rice Isenberg and Hawaiian
Trust Comnanv. T.lmltml lmvinn- t.nn,.
filed by said Hawaiian Trust Company,
It is ORDERED thnt. Tnnailnv tl,
5th day of March, A. D. 1918, at 9
O'clock A. M. of Rail! dnv nt tJm nr.,,,-t
Room of said Court at Lihue, County
of Kauai, Territory of Hawaii, be andA
the same is hfirohv niinnlntnrl
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time and nlnnn fnr nrnirlnir on 1,1 win
. - - i " " n . v. ,.ii,
and hearing said application.
u is runner ORDERED that notico
thereof be given by publication onco
a week for three
in the Garden Island, a newspaper
printed and published in Lihue, Kauai,
the last publication to be not less
than ten flOl dnvn nrnvlnno tr. hn
time therein appointed for hearing.
uaieu: ignite, Kauai, T. H., Jan
uary 22nd, A. D. 1918.
(Sgd.) LYLE A. DICKEY,
Judge of tho Circuit
(Sgd.) D. Wm. DEAN,
Clerk of tho Circuit finn-t nf lUa.
Jan. 29, Feb.5, 12, 19, 191S.
NOTICE RELATING TO FILING
ANNUAL STATEMENT OF CO
PARTNERSHIP. Under the requirements of and sub
ject to the provisions of Chapter ISO
of the Revised Laws of Hawaii, 1915,
.is amended by Act 9S of tho Session
Laws of 1917, notico Is hereby given
to all firms in copartnership In tho
Territory of Hawaii to file in tho of
fice of the Treasurer of the Territory,
not later than March 1, 191S, a state
ment of copartnership for the year
ending December 31, 1917, on blanks
to be furnished by the Treasurer uium
The members of every conartnor-
ship who shall neglect or fail to com
ply with the provisions of law, shall
severally and individually bo liable
for all debts and liabilities of such
copartnership and may be severally
sued therefor, without the necessity
of joining the other members of the
copartnership in any action or suit.
and shall also severally be liable upon
conviction to a penalty not exceeding
nvo dollars for each and ovorv ilav
while such default shall continue
Office 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 Lihue Plantation Company's
lands will be prosecuted to the full
est extent of the law.
F. Wkhuu, Manager,
P.U'L U. IsKNiiKiio, Lessee.
LOST. Between tho County Jail and
tho Nawiliwili Garago, ono automo-
bile generator. Finder please return
to Shiner & Trowbridge, Kapaa, or
to the Cardeu Island office and re
ceive .. vurd. tf