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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, JUNE 18, 1918
Rights of Citizenship
List for Kauai
Through information furnished by
United States District Attorney S. C.
Hubor, wo aro enabled to print this
wook what is believed to bo a com
plete list of thoso residents oil Kauai,
of Gorman or Austrian birth, to. whom
"rights of citizenship" wero granted
during tho days of tho republic, min
us thoso names the owners o which
have clthor died or taken out Amer
ican naturalization papers since an
nexation. Mr. Huber, in connection with tho
accompanying list, has prepared an
explanatory statement which coveis
comprehensively nil points nt issue
and should bo carefully scanned by
thoso who have some doubt as to their
standing at tho present time, it reads
as follows: '
"Below is, n list of all persons of
German or Austrian birth to whom
certificates of special rights of citi
zenship and letters of denization were
granted undor authority of Articles 1
and 19, resp'octlvoly, of the constitu
tion of tho republic of Hawaii, and
not afterwards naturalized by the dist
rict court ofjtho United States for tho
Territory of Hawaii.
"This list includes the names of
such persons who may have been nat
uralized by the supremo court of the
republic of Hawaii after tho taking
out of such certificates and letters
and beforo annexation.
"It Includes tho names of the hold
ers of bucIi "certificates and letters
who may havo been naturalized by tho
circuit courts of tho territory. It also
Includes tho names of persons of Gor
man and Austrian birth who, at the
time of taking out such certificates
and lotters, may 'have been naturaliz
ed citizens of the United States or of
any other country.
"This latter condition arises from the
fact that th'cse certificates and letters
state and' place of birth of tho person
to whom they were issued, but do "not
state the country of which such per
son was then a citizen.
"All persons whose names appear
in this list claiming. citizenship in the
United States or In any country other
than Germany or Austria, if on tho Is
land of Kauai they should present
thefr proofs to the .clerk of tie cir
cuit court, or if they prefer, they may
send such proofs direct to the United
States attorney at Honolulu.
"Any person whose name appears
In the list below and who cannot show
that, at the time of the taking out of
such certificate or letter, he was a
naturalized citizen of some country
other than Germany or Austria; or
that, after taking out such certificate
or letter, he was naturalized by the
supreme court of Hawaii, or under tho
laws of the United States, is still a
citizen of Gel-many or Austria and aa
such is subject to the rcgulatons pre
scribed by the president of tho United
States governing the conduct of alien
"If a German citizen ho must at
onco register in the manner provided
by Section 19 of the president's proc
lamation of November C, 1917."
Tho list for Kauai and Niihau is as
BubIi, Ch. '
Bosso, Sr., Ct
Bosse, Jr., C.
PASSENGER LIST FOR JUNE 18
Tho following pssengcrs nrrlvcd by
tho S. S. Kinau this morning:
Mrs. J. M. L-ydgnte, Win, Lydgate,
H. Lydguto, J. H. Buschor, 13. B. Ger
ald, W. H. Hisernmn, Mrs. G. 1 Wil
cox and two children, Mr. and Mrs.
K. C. Hopper, Mrs. E. C. Itbborts,
Mrs. McGregor, Miss. B. Wlshafd,
J. Wakefield, D. L. Austin, A. E. Hale,
Mrs. Hayashi,' Miss Hamaku, Daisy
Contrades, K, Contraries, Miss M.
Contraries, Mrs. and Mrs. C. Holt and
2 children, V. Strango, Mr. anri Mrs.
Win.- H. Rico, Jr., Slri Spltzcr, I
Baldwin, Dr. Watcrhouso, M. O. John
son, R Kruso, Mrs. C. B. Hofgaard,
P. B. Cooke, F 13. Thompson, Mrs. W.
Lathan, J. Homer, W. E. Young, G.
Kaeo, W. Waiamau, H. Baker. S
Bruns. Johann E.
Kcllncr, H. C.
Kans, L. K.
Ron Ken, P.
Shubert, G. A.
Wober, Pritz H.
'Weber, H. x
Holler, W. N.
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KAUAI HAS THE BEST
ROADS IN THE TERRITORY
5. E. LUCAS
be'gs to announce to the Kauai
public that he will-open offices
In the Rice Building, Llhue, on
Telephone 57 L.
Realizing that good roads nro the
most valuablo asset of a community
and especially to a country that has
an arraj; of scenic points to offer
the tourist, our island of Kauai
stands first and foremost in tho sec
uring of good roads and of their
Prom Waimea to Nawillwlll the
motorist travels over a stretch of
driveway which is very similar to a
Ono4 feature of the drive which is
always a joy to tho motorist is the
pleasant grading of the hills;. On the
wholo run between tho two named
points there is not a climb that can
not be made easily on tho high gear
with tho ordinary motor carfl.
The steepest of tho climbs is the
Waimea hill which is met coming from
Llhue at 25.5 miles. Traveling as
ordinary speed and with a running
start this hill can be negotiated eas
ily on the high gear, thus making the
whole trip without shifting gears.
Joseph H. Moragne, the county en
gineer; Is the man to whom tho 'cred
it should bo given for thoso good
roads and It was under his personal
supervision that many of them have
been built. At tho present time Mr.
Moragne Is busy completing ' a fine
piece of road construction between
Kapaa and Llhue. With this stretch
completed, Kauai will bo able to Bay
that with tho exception of a few short
strips of road that arc also under
going repairs at tho same time, that
she has thc roads In perfect condition
to all points o"f interest on the main
Tho trip up the sido o Olokole can
yon, considering that tho road is sub
ject to tho ravages of rain torrents and
and streams sweeping down the
mountain side Is a revelation of good
road building and it is kept in very
Although tho road along tho can
yon is very narrow and just sufficien
tly wide enough for one machine to
navigate, there is absolutely no dan
ger to either car or driver if tho mot
orist watches tho raod closely and
takes no chances.
At Nawillwlll, Waimea and other
points of interest tho tourist will
find guides who aro thoroughly fam
iliar with every mllo of road on the
Island and that their charges are
All In all Kauai offers the tourist
tho best that can bo found in the
wholo group of Isands anri ho will
bo treated liko a brother Is an assur
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Attorney P. E. Thompson, of Hono
lulu, arrived on the Kinau this morn
,1. H. Buschor, wholesale commission
merchant of Honolulu, arrived on tho
Kinau this morning.
P. B. Cooke, agent of tho Board of
Health, roturned from Honolulu this
Mr. and Mrs. K. C. Hopper return
ed from a week at Honolulu anri re
port having a "Pair Time."
D. L. Austin anri Sid Spltzer, two
of Honolulu's live wire traveling men,
are visiting Kauai merchants this
M. O. Johnson, chemist for tho U. S.
Agricultural Experiment Station, was
an arriving 'passenger by tho Kinau
J. Wakefield, manager of tho dry
goods department of Theo. H. Davies
& Company, is a visitor on Kauai this
Miss Blanche Wishard arrived this
morning to speiyl tho summer vacation
period with her parents, Mr. anri Mrs.
H. D. Wishard, of Llhue.
Will E. Young, of tho firm of
Young Brothers, Honolulu, arrived
this morning for a week's visit with
his brother, Dr. E. N. Young, of
BONN JUNE 5th, 191S, AT .MAKA
well, Kauai, to Mr. and Mrs.' Sin
clair Hobinson, a daughter.
Mrs. E. Chester Roberts, wife of Ye
Editor wasa passenger on tho Kinau
this morning from Honolulu. She
will make a short vtait on Kauai and
then leave for a tlireo months trip to
Tho C reel feature film, "Draft 258"
will be shown in Lihuo on July 3rd
and 4th. This Is a wonderful film and
no one on Kauai should miss seeing
it. A special program has been ar
ranged to 'bo shown with it.
Teopilo Margnes, a young Filipino
living at Malumalu is fond of now
clothes so ho purloined a suit and a
Panama hat belonging to his friend
Timoteo, wore it but forgot to return
it and so was brought beforo tho
court on Monday. Ho pleaded guilty
and was given 4 a six months sojourn
in tho county jail.
A Jnpnneso play was given at the
Llhue armory last Saturday night to
an immense audience. Tho armory
was packed, tho S. U. O. sign being
hung out early in tho evening. It
must havo been a good play from
tho way that tho audience showed
their appreciation of tho players.
A Lawn Slower that has. been well tried and stood the test is
the mower to buy. You need look no further. The Pennsyl
vania lias been in use here for years, and they are still in use
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represents Smoot & Steinliausor of
Honolulu, and ho will sell you some
thing for your nutomobilo If you don't
watch him carefully. Tho best idea
is to put your pocketbook under
lock and key and then throw tho key
away. But laying all Jokes aside ho
certainly does sell the goods.
Tho U, S. Boys' Working Hesorvo
has enroled all tho school boys of tho
Islam! who uro 14 years of ago or
over anri who aro going to engage in
agricultural work' this summer. Tho
boys aro to work on tho samo plant
ations as their parents us in former
years. Thoso who can get statements
at tho end of the vacation from their
. timekeepers that their work is satis
, factory and that they worked at least
six weeks continuously will ho award
ed gronzo badges by tho U. S. Dep
partment of Labor at Washington.
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