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THIS GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, APRIL 2, 1918.
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At the head of our Electrical Department we have
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All kinds of electrical work attended to in n masterly
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AGRICULTURE AT BIG FAIR
Plantation Managers Will Ex
hibit a Number of Im
provements Honolulu, April 1 Juftt how suc
cessful many of the Hawaiian' sugar
plantations aro In their patriotic ef
forts to becomo entirely self-support
ing In foodstuffs, will bo disclosed In
a hotly contested competitive exhibit
between them at the territorial f.iir in
At the agricultural show, planta
tions will present displays showing
the quality and variety of things they
are growing to meet tho needs of their
employees and livestock. Practically
ever since Undo Sam wont to war
tho planters have endeavored to help
the Pood Administration by develop
ing diversified farming, utilizing land
not devoted to cane for tho purpose.
In somo cases rather lnrge areas have
been converted Into such farms man
agers have had tho assistanco of ex
perts from tho planters' experiment
station at Honolulu and It is reported
that several are practically self- suffi
cient today In the matter of foodstuffs
for both man and beast. , -
To the plantation that makes tho
best exhibit, showing it has come
nearest absolute self-support in foods,
the fair will givo a prize. Kor the
honor that goes with tho little blue
ribbon because of the thing it stands
for sharp rivalry is developing, a-
mong plantation managers, and the
resultant display promises to offer1
more than ordinary Interest.
Surveying Waimea District
F. William Thrum, tho surveyor,
has been surveying government lands
In the Waimea district to adjust vari
ous claims of preference as to date of
settlement. Those who Buttled on
land prior to annexation miv buy
their land without difficulty. Thero
have been no surveys mado in tho
Waimea district, it is said, during tho
past thirty years, until recently, and
Mr. Thrum is using every endeavor to
make surveys and determine who is
entitled to certain lands. Ho will
also be enabled to determine which is
government, and which is land owned
by private parties. Ho Is examining
and surveying Kapaa, Waimea, and
will probably survey the Hanapepu
district as well.
MRS. ISENBERG EXPLAINS
Upholds Loyalty of Pupils
Ready to Fight for Stars
(From tho Star-Bulletin of March 27)
Tho following dofense of tho Llhuo
l'rivato School has been rocolved by
fioorgo It. Cartor, who gives the lottor
out for publication.
"I,lhuo, March 22. 1918.
"Mr. Q. H. Carter, President H. V.
C. of American Defense Socloty, Hono
lulu "Dear Sir: In regard to your
speech, printed In tho Honolulu Star
llullotln of March 10th, allow mo to
state somo facts:
"The Llhuo Private School Is car
ried on In full doferenco to tho law of
this country for thirty-five years, first
under Hawaiian Law and then under
United States Law. its aim has been
to build up honest citizenship and a
largo percentago of our boys and girls
has tilled this aim. They aro in
responsible positions all over tho Is
lands and on the western coast of tho
United States. Some of tho second
and third generation aro now in tho
army or aro ready to follow tho call.
They have nil boon taught to givo
their best servlco to this country. The
country that gives them their bread
has full right to their service in every
way, whether in the jury room or
other office or in tho dofense of tho
"Tho llttlo school hero Is compojed
of children of children that havo pass
ed through this chool. I wish tho
school were now larger in numbers,
but there is not enough room for our
young peoplo on one plantation,
"Tho Lihuo Private School numbers
only thlrty-slx children and theso chil
dren have In Ave weeks bought $278.25
Thrift Stamps. I started them each
with fifty cents worth of stamps my
self, but the children havo bought the
rest and arc proud of their acquisition.
The girls, tho mothers and even the
grandmothers aro knitting Industrious
ly for the Ited Cross.
"Tho children arc taught in tho
English langungo since Novemlior,
1917, when order camo from the De
partment of Public Instruction to m ike
tho English languago tho medium of
instruction. I can say that when the
principal instruction was in tho Ger
man language, they were always
taught American History and Ameri
can Ideals and Principles. I was told
years ago that Jho boys from our
school read and understood the con
stitution of tho United States well.
"Mr. McCluskey, tho principal of he
Llhuo High School, has told our prin
cipal, Mr. C. Maser, that the children
from the Llhuo Private School, who
arc now attending his high school, are
tho "Cream of his School."
"All arrangements are mado to form
a Junior Red Cross Membership.
"I trust that you will bo satlsiled
with this statement and account of tho
Llhuo Private School. If you como to'
Knual I cordially Invito you to visit
our school. Wo shall bo pleased io
havo you Inspect It. Yours sincoroly,
"DORA H. ISENIJEKQ."
Tho Japanoso havo been very en
thusiastic helpers In Hod Cross work,
and have Invested largely in war sav
ings stamps. Thoy aro now planning
to givo an entertainment nt tho Tip
Top Theater .on Sunday, tho 7th of
April, the proceeds of which will bo
given to tho Itoltd Cross.
It will bo iii tho nature of a fairy
story, which is to bo told by 'J. Ynsul,
a Japanese professional story toller,
and his assistant. At tho samo time
tho story will bo ncted out by a num
ber of Japanese school children, some
from tho Llhuo school, and somo from
tho Japanoso school nt Hulola, who
will represent tho different charac
ters. Tho children aro now practising
their parts, and will contlnuo to re
hearse nil week.
IN, THE CIRCUIT COURT, FIFTH
Territory of Hawaii
At Chambers In Probate
In tho Mnttor of tho Estato of Mary
Order of Notice of Hearing Petition
for Probate of Will
A Document purporting to bo tho
Last Will nnd Testament of Mary
Uaclc, deceased, having on tho 30th
day of March A. D. 1918, been pre
sented to said Probate Court, and a
Petition for tho Probato thereof, and
for tho Issuance of Letters Testament
ary to Marguerite Ulake, Solomon K.
KaullII and Henry Blake,. having been
filed by Loialoha,
IT IS HEREBY ORDERED, That
Saturday, the 4th day of May, A. D.
1918, at 9:30 o'clock, A. M of said
day, at tho Court Room of said Court,
at Lihue, Kauai, Territory of Hawaii,
ba and the samo is hereby appointed
the tlmo and place for proving said
Will and hearing said application.
IT IS FURTHER ORDERED That
uotico thereof bo given, by publica
tion, onco a week for three successive
weeks, In the Garden island, a news
paper published in said Lihue, Kauai,
T. H the last publication to be not
less than ten days previous to the
time Unrein appointed for hearing.
Dated at Lihue, Kauai, T. II., March
By tho Court.
(Signed) D Win. DEAN,
April 2, 9, 16, 23.
JUNE 10th t o 15th 1918
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