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title: 'The Garden Island. (Lihue, Kauai, H.T.) 1902-current, August 13, 1918, Page 2, Image 2',
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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, AUGUST 13, 191S
THE GARDEN ISLAND '
Issued Every Tuesday t
K. CHE-TKH l: BI-;i:Tri - EDITOR
KENNETH (.'. H'MTER Managing Editor
TUESDAY AUG. 13
Will You Do "Your Bit?"
I Kapaa News Items I
Be a pioneer and store home-grown
food as if r.o freht trains or boats
were running or erocery stores open.
In these 'times of stress and strife, works in the field.
uh.n Vinr vonth ain-.nst tc. a mnn. have ! Our women, God Mess them, have
gone to tlie de.fen.se of our country, it
i? left to tho-'e who stay at home to
been lavisn with their personal time
and efforts. A great many of them
who are able to do so, are devoting
vtake their places in so far as pos- practically all of their time to this
Hible. , business of "Licking the Hun." On
Their absence i leaving many the other hand, very little sacrifice
pla'-es to be filled, and the conditions has been required of the men who are
requiring tlr absence alo requires tiot subject to draft. Each of us are
that every man who stays at home giving what we can of our worldly
.shall do his full duty, le-t the sacri- good.-V Eut something besides money
r.c-i that our boys are making shall ;'? now being asked of us. We are now
be in vain. being asked to prepare ourselves to
No man has the right to sidestep protect our homes should occasion
this duty, if it is poisibie for him to arise.
do it. Some of us n.ay feel that we The Islands of Oahu. Hawaii and
are already doing ail that can rea?on- Maui have their guard units well un
ably be expect'-d or required of us. j der'way. In all of them the men of
and that it is up to the other fellow J affairs are enlisting, though it may
to do something. That is ail very mean a sacrifice of their personal time
well, but we all happen to be the "oth
The National.uard habeen called
into the service of the Government,
thus leaving our island absolutely
without means of defense. The G.v
ernment has now requested us to pro
vide that means of defen.-.e by raising
a home guard.
This home guard inuat. of necessity,
be composed of all classes. The high
and the low must make common cause.
The rich man. if he be the right kind
of a citizen, will take his place in the
ranks alongside of his brother who
Colonel Will Wayne. Adjutant Gen
eral of the National Guard 6f Hawaii,
has issued orders for the formation of
one company, and if possible, two
companies of guardsmen on Kauai.
These companies are to form a part
of the 5th Regiment that Is now be
ing organized throughout the Terri
tory. The 5th Regiment Is to be a
home guard and will In no case be
called from "the Territory.
The fir unit on Kauai Is to be
organized in Lihue and the work of
enlisting will commence as soon as
the necessary blanks arrive.
Children-Set a Good Example.; Co-operation Will Win the War
It was gratifying indeed to see yie
spirit shown by the children at the
Tip Top last. Saturday nit-'ht. During
, the Intermission between pictures War
Savings and Thrift Stamp-- were sold
to the audience. The children were
few and far between who did not have
a stamp, and many of them, two or
three, clutched in their fingers as they
passed from the house to go home.
A great many of us elders can use
their example to good advantage, if
we will. We have a greater income
than the parents of these little tots,
and if they can afford to lend their
quarters surely we can afford to lend
This war Is to be won not by one
man or one thousand men or by one
million men, or one million people. It
is to be won by the united efforts of
the individuals of many nations.
Every American citizen has an in
dividual duty to perform, and individ
ual share of the responsibility. The
morn powerful and effective the Ameri
can forces are, the shorter will be
the war, and the shorter the war the
fewer the lives lost, the greater the
number of American soldiers who wdll
return home victorious.
Every American who economizes in
consumption of material, who increas
es production, who saves and lends
their savings to the Government, does
something to help win the war.
The Kawaihau District Court did a
flourishing business last week. Eight
civil cases came before the Court for
The new bungalow hftne of H. S.
Henriques near the old smoke stack is
completed and is now in the hands of
The post office at Kapaa opened for
business on August 5th. This office is
located in the new office building re
cently errected by the Hawaiian Can
neries Co.. at the enterance to the can
The, Kapaa Purchasing Guild, the
new merchandising establishment, has
recently been Incorporated and is fast
becoming one of the foremost stores
F. P. Hurley, one time Board of
Health Inspector in Honolulu, was ar
rested last week on a charge of ad
ultry. The charge was preferred by
Mrs. Hurley who arrived unexpected
ly from Honolulu one morning last
week. The case came up in the Dis
trict Court and Hurley was given a
S. E. Lucas, T. Cunningham. S. W.
Mahenla. W. K. Hoopii and other home
steaders of the series four, have se
cured a contract with the Hawaiian
Canneries Co., and have started plant
ing pines. It is stated that they have
received a very flattering offer from
the pineapple people and that the fut
ure 'looks very bright for that section
of thchomesteads. A forty foot road
has Just been graded through the num-1
ber four series of lands.
Six of our little ' brown brothers
were caught wooing the goddess of
chance and were ordered to appear be
fore his Honor and explain why they
let themselves be caught. Evidently
four of them preferred not to tell be
cause they failed to appear and for
feited bail to the amount of five dol
lars each. The other two did not
have a satisfactory answer to the
Judges question, neither did they have
the price, so they are spending a few
days as guests of the county.
All persons havifig. stock running
loose on homestead land known as the
Fourth Series are hereby notified t
remov4 the same within ten days or
said -animals will be put in the pound.
KAPAA HOMESTEAD ASS'N.
clean or dye I
that M Suit or Frock.
It i:i;iy linn- a year's wear
in it vet.
("Mir Service is Careful ntid ?
J. ABADIE, Proprietor
Honolulu, T. H.
Up-to-date Livery, Dr'aying and Boarding Stable and Auto
BETWEEN LIHUE and KEKAHA
Leaving Lihue every Monday, Wednesday and Friday,
Leaving Kekaha every Tues'clay. Thursday and Saturday. '
ARRIVING AT TIIKIR DESTINATION FN TI4REK HOURS
ALFRED GOMEZ, Manager.
Telephone 43 W Waimea . P. O, Box 71
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Silver and Gold Lne,
Rich Cut Glass and
Merchandise of the
Best Quality Only.
P. O. Box 342 Honolulu
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