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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, MAR. 6, 1918.
THE GARDEN ISLAND PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
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THE GARDEN ISLAND
A Weekly Newspaper Issued Tuesdays.
Kntered at the I'ostofiice at Lihuc, Hawaii, as Second-class Matter.
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THE TERRITORIAL FAIR
Hawaiian Days, Japanese Days
and Glorious Days for
Honolulu, March 4. Evcryono ot tho
six days of tho Territorial Pair next
Juno will Uavo a special program of
entertainment for tho crowds of sight
scors. A plan has boon suggested to
Chairman Angus whereby tho Japan
cso, Chinese, Hawaiians and other
races may have an cntiro day set aside
According to tho plan outlined, there
would be a Japancso day, a Chinese
day, possibly an army and navy day, a
Babies' day, and then a final day for
pet-naps one oincr nationality, or a
foaturo especially prepared by tho com
mittco in charge of tho entertainment
If tho scheme Is accepted, Hawaiian
day will tako place- on Kamchamcha
day. At State fairs on tho mainland,
tho principal amusement feature usu
ally consists of horso races or automo
one races. Aaia Park lias no raco
course, and henco that item cannot fig.
uro in tho entertainment program.
Tho Hawaii Polo and Racing Asso
ciation has consented to cancol-the-an-
nual two-day racing program which it
conducts at Kapiolanl Park on June 10
and 11, so thero should bo nothing to
interfere with tho special attractions
which the Fair will offer on those
Japanese day can be made a big
drawing card. There is proof of this
in the wonderful spectacles tho people
of that raco have presented at tho Mid-
Pacific carnivals of other years. Big
interlsland wrestling tournaments, fen
cing exhibitions, and other sport
events for tho afternoon, with a gor
geous, colorful lantern parade such as
only the Japanese know how to give,
for tho early evening, followed by Jap
anese theatrical features on the fair
grounds, have been suggested for that
It Is understood that tho Baby week
examinations and prize competitions
which Palama Settlement has conduct
ed tho last two or three years, and
which have been attended by hundreds
of babies of all tho races living on Oa
hu, will not bo hold this spring.
The physicians, nurses and officials
who had chargge of these interesting
events may be willing to take charge
of a Baby show at tho fair for a day,
handling it in much the same way
that the Baby week programs were
conducted. Prizes for the babies who
are found to bo tho nearest perfect
physically would be given. Tho prin
cipal difference between tho annual
baby show and tho Fair's baby show
would be that the latter is open to all
babies in the territory, while tho for
mer was only for those on Oahu.
LIVE STOCK AT THE FAIR
Maui Plans Fine Exhibits
What's the Matter with
The Garden Isle?
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some new wrd A friend asks: "What is white
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Let me renew your old subscriptions.
K. C. HOPPlCIt, Lihue, Hawaii:
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Tho success of tho livestock exhibit
at Territorial Fair in Juno was prac
tically assured this week by" tho re
colpt of entries for moro than a hun
dred head of horses, cattlo and swine
Incidentally, tho llvo stock commit
too lias decided to givo urecuors an
extension of thirty-oiio days in which
to file entries for their exhibits, setting
back tho final entry day from March
1 to April 1.
Interest Is quickening also in the
poultry nnd dog shows, somo fanciers
having already filed entries for these
ovonts, while a considerable number of
Inquiries have reached Secretary C. It.
Willard. His address is P. O. Box 253
Honolulu. Inquiries for data concern
ing any of tho fair exhibits and plans
should bo sent to him directly, or by
chairmen of tho committees interested.
Kobort Hind, of Hawwaii, announces
ho will bo at tho fair with twelve or
fourteen head of Holsteln dairy cattle,
which ho will exhibit in ovory entry
save ono of tho Holsteln claBs, and will
place in a numbor of tho special com
petitions for tho dairy breeds. '
Harold Bice of Maui has filed entries
for twenty-thro animals two horses,
five cattlo, and sixteen pigs. Grove
Ilanch of Paiia, Maul, has signified in
tention of exhibiting fourteen animals
four horses, four cows, a bull, a heifer
and three steers. Sam Baldwin of the
Haleakala Banch company, will bring
three horses, a yoke of working oxen
and a pen of threo Duroc pigs.
Honolulu Banch, Maui, will display
an Aberdeen-Angus bull, a pen of
Berkshire pigs and a pen of Duroc
pigs. The farmers of tho Haiku sec
tion on Maui, while not filing entries
yet, havo indicated their intention to
have a good representative exhibit in
every department of the fair.
Kahemameha Schools Farm has
filed entries for twenty head of dairy
cattlo and twelve head of swine. The
cattlo are Holsteins from the farm's
dairy heard, and in addition to enter
ing the Holsteln class exhibit, certain
Individuals will compete for grand
championships. Tho swino are Berk
shlres and will be in practically every
contest in that class.
Tho P. B. Isenbcrg Banch, of Wai
alae, Oahu, will exhibit two horses
and four head of cattlo a Hawaiian
bred saddle stallion, an imported sad
dle stallion, imported aged Ayrshire
bull, Ayrshire yearling heifer, Jersey
bull and Jersey heifer.
Lihue Banch of Kauai has entered
the list with six head of cattle, all
Ayrshires. Dr. L. E. Case of Honolulu
has filed entries for an imported driv
ing horse and a Hawaiian-bred saddle
horse, tho latter also to contest for
prize as the best cavalry offlccr's
Honolulu, Mar. 4 Tentativo plans for
structures at Aala Park to house ex
hibits at the territorial fair, provide
for five big buildings, extending from
Boretania to King street, or about 350
feet. These will supply shelter for
about 53,000 square feet of exhibition
space, and do not include tho edifice
which will houso the livestock.
Tho livestock pavilion probably will
be located along Nuuanu Stream while
across Itlver street a plot of ground
a hundred feet square has been offered
by A. Hocking, the owner, for uso as
a stock-judging stand.-
Tho children's playground, at -the
Boretania street sldo of Aala Park, Is
to bo converted into an amusement
division, whero sideshow and refresh
ment tents may bo installed.
Sufficient space will be left between
tho big exhibit buildings for the
crowds, and tho structures wilLo in
torsoctod at frequent intervals by run
ways, through which tho pooplo may
pass from ono tent to another.
The total cost of erecting tho build
ings will bo nominal, far below tho
expense which tho federal site, op
posite tho capital grounds, would have
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the Circuit Court, Fifth Circuit,
Territory of Hawaii
At Chambers In Probate
In tho matter of tho estate of Fran
clsco Fcnoira, deceased.
ORDER OF NOTICE OF HEARING
PETITION FOR ADMINISTRATION.
ON BEADING and filing tho Pcti
Hon of Louis A. Cabral, of Elecle
Kauai, alleging that Francisco Fcnoira
ot Lawai, Kauai, died Intestato at La'
wal, Kauai, on tho 14th day of Dec,
A. D. 1917, leaving property In tho Ha
waiian Islands necessary to bo adininl
stored upon, and praying that Letters
of Administration Issue to Louis A.
It is ordered that Saturday, the -23rd
day of March A. D. 191S, at 10 o'clock
A. M., bo and hereby is appointed for
hearing said Petition in tho Court
Boom of this Court at Lihue, Kauai
at which tlmo and placo all persons
concerned may appear and show cause,
if any they have, why said Petition
should not bo granted.
Dated: Lihue, Kauai, Feb. 18th, 1918,
(Signed) LYLE A. DICKEY,
Judgo of tho Circuit Court of tho
Attest: (Signed) D. Wm. DEAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court of tho Fifth
Feb. 19, 2G, March 5, 12.
THE CIRCUIT COURT,
Territory of Hawaii
At Chambers In Probato
In the Matter of the Estate of Edwin
Order of Notice of Petition for Allow
ance of Accounts, Determination of
Trust and Distribution of the Estate.
On reading and Filing the Petition
and accounts of Pauline Omsted, of
Honolulu, Oahu, T. H. wherein peti
tioner asks to bo allowed ?9S.80 and
charged with $4,245.00, and asks that
the same bo examined and approved,
and that a final order bo made of Dis
tribution of the remaining property to
tho persons thereto entitled and dis
charging petitioner and sureties from
all further responsibilities heroin:
It is Ordered, that Saturday, the
30th day of March, A. D. 1918, at 9:30
A. M. before the Judge ot tho said
Court presiding at Chambers at his
Court Boom in Lihue, Kauai, Hawaii,
be and tho samo hereby is appointed
the timo and placo for hearing said
Petition and Accounts, and that all
persons interested may then and there
appear and show cause, if any they
have, why the same should not bo
granted, and may present ovldenco as
to who aro entitled to tho said property.
Dated the 19th day of February, 1918.
(SEAL) (Sgd.) LYLE A. DICKEY,
Judge of the Circuit Court of the
(Sgd.) D. Wm. DEAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of tho
Feb. 2C, Mar. 5, 12, 19.
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Dry Goods of all Descriptions.
as any Coast estahlishment.
Save postage or express hy
sending them to us.
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 tho construction of a six
room teachers' cottage at Eleolo
List of materials and information
will bo furnished on application to tho
J. II. MOHAGNE,
County Itoad Supervisor.
Lihue, Hawaii, Feb. 11, 1918.
Feb. 12, 19, 2G, Mar. 5.
Any one found shooting on anv
of the Lihue Plantation Company's
ands will he prosecuted to the full-
it extant of the law.
F. Wkiikii, Manager,
Paul It. Iskxiikkg, Lessee.
Notice is heroby given that tho
Board of Equalization will meet at tho
Treasurer's Office. Honolulu, beginning
March ISth and daily thereafter be
tween tho hours of 9:00 A. M. and
:00 P. M., to and inclusive of tho 23rd
ay or March.
c. J. McCarthy.
Treasurer, Territory ot Hawaii, i
Honolulu, February 20, 1918.
March 5, 12.
s tf jo
j FRANK COX, Manager
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