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THE GARDEN ISLAND. TUESDAY. MAR.
THE GARDEN ISLAND
Issued Ever Tuesday Morning
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iriC of i.'-T:- w;;l jfreat;;.'
d"':.rr.at. the :. .:;.:..' of roo-.te.-.-. an'! j
they are a very -wporant fa' 'or in ;
the pro'i -ietTon of pojl'.-y. j
In tr.- 'o-r-e of ime the proper-'
may be en;.o!'-'! to .u h'l, t 'i'.'rir ry- j
Ine-sH that, the trove.-r.rr.er.t f.rder as to
poultry will not v.'orl-: :-.-':h a bar inhrp j
upon thrn. :in'i the-.- v.;!! yet be er.a-
bled to folio, the rule-. T,e - r.,ay ,
be adjusted later. :v.-r, i' 1, ,ee:. '.hat !
a :hr.n-.e I:. tne wording of 'he order
is necessary. j'
Here is a ;i..-r. after our or. he.rt. i
He in"t af:;d to b:..rj' h out Into new i
and um. od ; n V-l'i.-. He i, an optim
1st, and .-.'i re I'-nille.-. the expert ftgri- ;
cultural booster of the Ka-t that it
is difficult to r'-alize th-tt he j.-n't su'h
He is now travelling fro::i island to
island at his own expen.-.e. in the in
tereht of the Territorial Kair. primari
ly, bit in reality, in 't.e i:,';ie--i, of
the ish.n'ls as a . v. hole. For he i.-.
actively engaged in spreading the fo.
pel of extensive at.'i ;nt'n-..,e m,- 4:e
not only of the fev. ,rod t.. foj h
the island i ;.re faruou.-. l it ,; !. ;:.
dred.i of o'h'-r proiu't- v,b.'!i .-know'-i
f n be ctov.n l.e:-
Ilii i. I..': Ceo:.;',- A:r; i . A no .,
he ira'tl e ; v, hot (, ;, e.'i,e
name v.-:!! loo:.: : i:i the h.. .rv o
lio be:. '.'.- !
fellow i.-i it l.y oiokin fh'- i 1..:; i i
blossom :.. tl.e jo.'- an I t:.n ho v. .:.: I
Iiov he did it. J
We are a i-ari-le,s lot of on.-er-, ,:
tloni..t.s. me hovint; n,e .t! - j
wheatl:sH, kV.i:i !:i-.vi day:- and t ;1 1. : (. ,
are those beyond a doubt :n t;;e on I
j?-stcd centers 'jf popiilni ion who are
having eatle.,s days. V'-t the ' on: ti . j
Is overrun with millions ot ..oiihie , i
tlogs, uhich foii.-.uine ;i v i i .-, t amo i n t of
meat und oilier kinds of fool whi'b
Illlghl. be devoted to heller puipo '
Man lias no moie faithful friend than
a good dog. and there is no ii - Mon
hut what good dogs should have a
place In the world, but there are.
nevertheless, miliums of woi'hles
curs. I. el's kill a million or two, and
feed the meal to i hi U-ur, or hog-,.
If there i, any one whom the llono
lulu papers have not ineni ioned as a
Hiiilaule (-ndidn'e lor governor, will
the gen' l mull ph- i ,e stand up'.' All
gi-iitem,:ii from any other Island than
Honolulu, of i j n i -. -. may H'lu.nn seit
ei. For Honolulu penjile are culm'
blind, as regards anything, or any body
outside of Honolulu.
The Hiio I'ohI Herald has a new
head. It him needed a new head for
some time past.
7V T' 5 At.t:e H-ra"i of re'.r-t
r.:':u-.:i in ;i-ei interview
'- :th her h j-
r. : "'i'-.i ir.-I -'vs-) Hiwl:n '
.; ls' .'. cii:'-:- tre Jta -y'.r.z
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-. '-yj'.'-.Y. ty
Th'y have taVr.
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-, ;.- i ''a:.rr of ;-.v.-;. t n'i '
"- . - h'-r &ff'- -ion for h':r i
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v; :. -. "'--hly harrr.
i-' r. , a -brr':i. I'.
- -h'r.?- -A-hi'h arfr c aV.u- i
i.-:-r a ' la-;th. Th'-re
"-a!' i ro make a rr,ar;
r. -vf-r -liii!' 'i Wore, and !
ail 'V: r.:')Tt. Ar.i th'.s
- '.: :. K.rA of th:r.. A j
.. : '5s :r:a: h:r:.-'rlf ri'lkulou-i !
.. ;.-'r -"'-' 'ivf::;. !.y '-.-.'Vravorir.? to'
., -i- :-:ar.'i ,;r '.- than by ;
. r. ' oThr:r . r o ' r. r.'.'-r. yfI '
of oor.riiuonH. cus- ;
ar.'i o-'.::.':- ; hor: :n every!
-.: .:::.. jR -ijr Herfe!'i.
i'-i.-:a :- :. t a H-waiia.o. and ;
:.e t '.', i. of ;.-.!ar.l 'c r.'h I
e:ie tr. e.v. i
howf - ver a.vi 'ii'i m-i.:or:ty f her au-
ii'-r. e thini-.n 'hf. a Hawaiian "looks '
l. - e 'r.-t
July 'a,:a i, a -Jan. He is an j
expert with 'he stel gu.'ar and -'.--
.' i n fine dancer. She has a gfod !
-.;r.'--- hc.'i E-r.d hs helped Paka to !
rrjor,'-;. Tf'ey ov r. several jroo'
V. a' Atl r:':'; flity. and probably I
h.-. ve sor.o'- money in the bank. '
. fe t0RS
.A ;..., v. h;,h tk -.. trA !
,h(; p:f! -... .-,.( 5. .yH A;:;fe, ,on. I
et;i,ol;.'e:- the e;z-;re of the Iiu'oh i
.-hippint; u:.:e-y Holland ayree.-i to a
pro, o.-ed plan where!. y rnu'h of the 1
'onr:age will be made available for'
catrr-in? :-u;r,o!ie:- 'r.rough the submit- J
ri..e danger zone. The Allies would. 1
- .' h a case. con. pen-ate Holland, of :
o ir.-e. for tfle of h-r shipping..
ii .' where do the Allies find excuse
or ,o...-i.-. for any su'h action? fan
'h- A Hie for' inly .--;ze the property
of a neutral coun'ry with v.bi'h they i
o' peaf-e? ',','e find no atuhority I
for . u'-h a' 'ion in international law.
if they can lo that thing, then de- ,
. . .-' .' -. failure, and we shall be j
.. -i:r' ai.to'ir-tie methods while claim
we are !;!i'.'r,g for derno'-ra-j
'ifh do -- not make right, and
. -:' of 1: n tlon- should for-i
-.I - .'."J'l .-,' re.i
' o- ': ol Hohol'i. on t'.a i
.1 . a ne: vy m m. He :
! ' :.o . nd nuiop' In - .'.';'h ':
' .o vil." . i ; :.v of the i e.-ln l.-t- ;
: i ' o ;! I 1 I ,..'- Ill- u itnpl ins
of ! !'. h i v ir:e' y. nd 1
n ' o!e to injury by the
' ' . .. '..;;: - oni live
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' ..':. ' . ' '! - ' !, ::, ;-t :: iiole 1
' ' " .i h and they are ;
' t ;l !i : lono'-ilu to.- 'i lo .", i
n ' ' . , j, .,,::. ),.;:. ;,!!... .-li.n.e
: !.. .. - iii wh:-h we .-.ui ;
I ' 'l 1 :!' .-l.tri, a nd :.t t he name 1 line '
ii o ir..; ' i-l i nd indu -i i y. i - to u-e '
! . A ; M , e I velu-h.-Sy. Th'-le
I I ' I 'M10.lt it '.e- ol holne I, A li
1 ' on ! ia w.iii. the liullt of whi, I:
oi t iii- i i y he.-t v.i i :;.'. and yet it
n no! .' .'i i ji;i -d I o i In- i 'n in-. I Si , i e.-
i! a ppiht. I.e! in help nur,elve,.
d I'l'- i o'l' ' gio.' : -. all I a! the
:: e ii: ii- . Id I li ! .in by drink
h : I I .. .. in. Il i-ol.ee o.ily.
I he Ifilo Herald I'imi says: "What
l lo M ' . apparently, is a few lir.-t
I - I' .0' rals.' The I'emaiMiii? mcm
h is ot Hie comir unity .vill agree with
I h i t pi OlllllillC in lit .
Public opinion Is sure to resolve
iisi If into law, in the filial analysis.
INCREASED SUPPLY OFFERS
'.o-e-ttor IMr.ithitn hs re-ver.t.r tit
et. -i iDfreiel interest :a public at- i
(:.- hkh prcmi to resiit in
t'-rief.t to th ilaci. He has recct
lf irivef tij;ati the meat sap-jly. an!
hi? T f.jrt thereon Is i'luEintit--. H5
f jirej ho that a total of ;4?S;S
potiiiis of :ne.t I irr.;-onel from the
rn.-:n;-iti ererj- year. Of th:s arr.ojr.t
the 1". S. Army coijgume 2v
addition to this. 343 Hi
:r, i haTe been imported from Aus
trji.a. ati'l ali of this has been UMr4
oy the arm j.
7i"e total amount of t-eef naoniei
in the Ulanis ij placed at ill. .?
prU&ds. Mittoa has been iKp-orted
to the extent of 172 &4 pounfl.
7r.- e;?t of this re;-ort lies in the
fi t that if the islands can cupply
!:: heel more cant!, and ,;, head
r.v.:e hep. it iil not be nees-arT to
:rj.: . rt either rr.ut'.on or beef to sup
t'.: t.'.e horr.e tri 'rket.
Vbe Governor Las accompiL'hed
oniehiri? hkh fhouid re.-alt in
sorsethir.-f which shouid result !n
practical assistance in the way rt
p.-'j-ridin? an adequate meat supply.
The Food Commission is asking the
ii.-. 1 people to -ier.y therrseives of
rr.e-t and mutton, on the theory that
if they lo so. the tonnage which is
Ee-essary fo transport the meat now
:.-.if-o:te'i be released for the im
p .t-t:f.i of ".tfcer r.-ede . j rodict.
ihat the beef and mutton outpput
.: the I. lands can be increased to the
e.'terxt indicated is i;uite evident.
'. i re are very few homesteaders in-
!'.- a m could not raise an extra
oow or two or an extra sheep or two.
PASSPORTS SPY MEASURE
7 he order issued recently by the
-'o'. ernment den:andir.g that tourists
: H-aiii would be required to take
out passports, caused considerable
surprise in the islands, and in fact,
aroused considerable resentment. Del
egate Kuhio w-rites that he has confer
red with Secretary Lansing on the
sublet and that the secretary assured
h:rru hat the government desired to
t'se no steps to prevent tourist travel
travel to Hawaii. He says that pass
ports are being required temporarily,
pending the time when a system of
traveler's permits can be worked out.
The purpose of these permits, he ex
pl is to keep account of the move
ments of ail travelers, in order to
.eep track of spies, and be better able
to frustrate their plans.
The securing of traveler's permits
for trips to and from the mainland
may cause some inconvenience, but
now that it is known that it is a plan
whi .h was decided upon for the pur
po" of checking the activity of Ger
man spies, every patriotic citizen will
submit to the rule with pleasure.
It is far better to endure the small
incorvenience connected with the
ro.'i pt obedience to tne oruer tnar.
.'. would be to give some spy a chance
to wreck a liner, or to plant explosives
in the heart of Honolulu. Secure a
traveler's check? Sure. Glad to do
anything that will help the govern
ment. Miss Nina L. I). Fraser, principal
of the Kaiulani school, has put into
p.-a -tice a plan'which promises to be
of especial benefit to all auto owners,
and which is worthy of being adopted
by every school on Hawaii. She has
suggested that her plan be adopted by
h' v.-.rious uiiits of the Junior Ked
The plan is to have the pupils col
lect broken glass around the build
ings and on the grounds, and along
the streets. She has been surprised
at the pile of glass, nails and sharp
stones which the pupil have a!redy
K..iu!ni school is lo be con'ratu
la '-l upo:i the enterprise and fu.e
'r; j ibt shown by its prln .'., .1 a:i !
'h- :.e ty o opei ation of il.s pj.iil.i
It .-. to be hoped tht the pln wuli i.e
acopte 1 by every school on Kauai.
I'iibl.e opinion in the aggregate is
stronrer than individual opinion
11: : t.i.blic wants prohibition, and will
have it, either tl:rou;.h the passing o;
0 . stti: or national la'..'. !n w .r
i.ni'- es.pe- iy. it is no.- ;.: thl
men .-lio.il,; be clothed in their ri..ht
minis, and be in the best possible
oneliion ph sically and mcnt.lly.
"I iii. 1 1 1 1 1 1 t i.e a.s.-.ured when ll'iuor i..
1 ' -d and th-l fad is recognized not
by go . ! ninent officials, but. b.
'!; public at l.ir-e. I'i ohibi' lo.i
1 1.--: etoi i-. i., a incus ire whi. h mu-t
and v.-ill prevail, not only in the I'ni
I'd States, but eventually the world
' I "1'- i- no ,v l.eo ,. Cirii'icss i bill ,
'..'nib gives the is th,- sum ot j
' for e.-.t..:. -ion word: in the pro :
1 I. nit .ui oi ai" ic.li,,. .. This W1)l -,;,
or an odd:! io:,..l exiersim aent. vbi.
i -. 11 virk '.i'h tl.e coiimv age:in of
li'' I -o'l ' i.i.iii;- .-ic.ii i,:o,'id'-d, of
course, that the hjJl hec, ,... a luv.-.
The dcpaitiiK i.t at Washington has
declared that poker pn fits are subject :
to the income lux This does not i
necessarily indicate that there is anv I
profit connected with the playing of i
SQUARE DEAL ALL AROUND
li.e ijir in U
il b-e;:ees in .:t-
ir.s eer.-V.-iy a sjuare del a'.l around
I This pat-er admits no p-eer in its loy
i a!ty to the United States, tor in its
patriotism at all times and in all
places. Bit when it comes to report
ing events the truth shall eter pre
Tail, in any and erery case where the
interests of the goremment are in no
I The truth about this cse of the Li
j hue Lutheran schjl seem to be. not
! that !is Heuer has endeaTored to
instill into the minds of her pupils
I ar.ytjing anpatriotic or unworthy.
''If it can be shown that she Las done
i so then her serrices should at once
! te disp-ensed with.
The main contention made by the
i Star Bulletin is that Miss Heuer was
i guilty of unpatriotic act. This refers
j evidently, not to any unpatriotic acts
, in .hoot but to the assertion that
' M;s.i Heuer did not stand up one night
j in th local theater when the national
j ir was played. Miss Heuer. how
ever did arise w hen the a;r was i'L; -ed.
The only excuse for comment
upon that occasion arose through the
fact that she sat down before all the
variations and grace notes had died
away. So did some others, concern
ing '.hose patriotism there can be to
question. But the reporter sat imme
diately behind Mis Heuer. and was not
able to decide that she meant any dis
res;xct to the Sag or the nation.
A liblegram sent lo s-ecretary Lane.
re.e:.tly. endorsed Col. Curtis P. Iu
k'a ;or the governorship, ar.d also en
dors' d Kuhio for the same off.ee. It
is said that the mesage was sent b
a ec. lmittee of Hawaiian society lead
ers. Had they ben men acquainted
with public affairs at Washington,
i hey would have "known that this is
;he ?ort of message which never ac
' or.: ii-hes inytning.
The government, it is stated, has
very little faith in the newly invented
unsir.kable boats. However, the gov
ernment didn't have any faith in the
submarine, the aeroplane, nor the Lew
is machine gun.
Hi!) recently tad ten inches of rain
in twenty-four hours. Hakalou came
in with eleven, and Papaikou reports
ele-.ea and a half. Yet they are talk
ing cf making that country "dry."
The Hiio Tribune has an editorial
heaie: "Wanted: Leadership." This
for the Tribune seems peculiarly
District Attorney Huber of Honolulu
reports that "in no manner can a sale '
of liquor be made on Oahu without its '
beL-ig a violation of the executive 1
ord.-r." H thinks liquor which may;
remain in stock after the fateful 10th I
of April will not be seized unless at-1
tempts are made to unlawfully dis-'
pose of it. but. he adds. "There may be
some other provisions along this line
which we are not yet advised of."
Every violation of the order will be
handled in the same manner as any i
other criminal case." he savs. i
The total number of pounds which i
may be sent by parcel post in thetisl-
ands has been Increased from SO to 60 j
pounds. To the coast, the limit has '
been raised from 20 to 50 pounds. A j
charge of twelve cents a pound applies j
to t-Il shipments from the islands to
any part of the United States. The
second zone from Kauai takes in 6ahu
and Molokai. The third zone includes
every part of the islands except one
small office on Hawaii named Pahoa.
There are now no postofrices on any
of the islands to the northwest. The
'postofT.ee which was formerly on Mid
w iv h is been discontinued.
" C y
"We have not studied
cost nor economy as
we should, either as
organizers of indus
try, statesmen, or as
But there is yet time
to start to save---and
that time is NOW.
Bishop & Company
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
HONOLULU and HILO
Sugar Factors and Commission Merchants
IMPORTERS OF GENERAL MERCHANDISE
" GENERAL HARDWARE
r.".:;.i-r-' Ii.-lv.a-- fr.-k.ry ;l..-ar- Silverware'
rt.r. -..- t i-t.,;. 1 a'
;.- .-ra .r-
p.-..t- v.. ;..-. i'rs - l,c
Hn.-f .i!:!'-ry K""f:n
Kn' .v .m l taj.!- Line-, J'ec,, etc.
T il-t Matioii'-ry
Writ, r- ..j V.r . M.srii,--. . .i,,i--ii-..t i. u, . A ' it. ,in. .1 i !- itrel Mi-fllri.us
In- .rain-i- J'ulicie-.
'..: .-.. iian-A '.-tr.illaii II- a 1 Mail Steiim-liip Line
ai ;.'i. a'-:, ii.f-.nnaf:..:i uill ') ci,.-rl'ully turiii-be.l in r.u.a n! to any
: i.cr line- in which you may lie intere.-fi-'l.
Sj' i-ially -v'heil
fir. Heels funin d
Manufacturers' Shoe Store
Nn ji'-f-'l to uii'Ii-r tin- ear or
nine in i-otitaet with lirt rir jjfeasc
"H - C" AUTO JACK
The jack is jilainl on tint lli iti'-h
hali'lle, jiusjii-.l Utuli-! the rar, ainl
iix-rutcil fruiii the utit'-r i-nil of tin
Will lift fri.tti 1i to ilijtiu iioiin.ls
Price $3.00 to $4.25
Lewers & Cooke, Ltd.
Lumber and HuiMiiig Materials
12 to 15 Extra Weight
sieapiiMef i y . fSx 'Tb!
WHEN you buy your next tire make this simple
test. Let us weigh a Michelin Universal
Tire in comparison with any other non-skid of the
Ytu will find thi Michtlin is to
JS heavitr than thi avtragi, the
txact ptrctntag depending on th
size tf thi tins und in the test.
This extra weight represents extra rubber and fabric,
which means extra service.
Mrs J . A. li!H, Proprietor
Trunk1' Suit ( Ve
fur jn vi f - -t . Fl-x il 1
to tin- nfttunil slmpe iif tin