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TITE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, SEPT. 3, 1918
THE GARDEN ISLAND
Issued Every Tuesday
E. CHESTER ROBERTS
KENNETH C. HOPPER
NEW WHEAT REGULATION.
The fact thnt the wheat restrictions
are to be materially lightnetl In Haw
aii in the very near future does not
mean that we are to have all the
wheat that we can use without sub
stitutes, far from It.
It simply means that we will be re
leived from the DO-50 proposition and
that we will only have have to buy
substitutes In the ratio of four to one
that is 80 per cent wheat flour lind
20 per cent substitutes.
But the quickest way for us to get
back to the 50-50 basis is to use up all
the wheat that we can and wo will' be
back to this standard as quick as a
wink. The Allies have plenty of
wheat now, and we are just harvest
ing a bumper crop, but wo must not
forget for one little minute that we
will have to continue to send wheat
over to our Allies and to some of the
Neutrals who have had a short crop,
or no crop at all this year.
So lets get in and save Just as
though we were still on the 50-50 bas
is even after this now ruling goes in
to effect, and we will find that we will
get along just as well.
HE IS GUILTY.
In a letter which Mr. Child received
from the Food Administration at
Washington in regard to the "Link
AlcCandless Rice Deal" it is extremely
gratifying to learn that Link has been
guilty of profiteering and that he may
be punished for the same.
It is to be hoped that the Supreme
Court, before whom the case will be
tried will take immediate and drastic
action on the case and that it will
inflict the maximum penalty on him.
There is nothing so despisable as a
man, who has an article of food value,
and when there happens to be a short
age on this same article, deliberately
charges more than the article is worth
just because there are persons who
are willing to pay the price.
Hut we do not think that it was for
the few dollars that Mr. McCandlcss
gained in the deal, that he sold this
rice at this price, but that it was
simply that he thought that he could
do it and get away with it, that made
him do this mean little piece of bus
iness. This was shown afterwards by
his actions in the matter. And now
this kind of a man desires to repre
sent us in the Congress of the United
States. No chance. Link, no chance.
THE FOURTH LOAN IS COMING.
Are you ready for the Fourth Lib
erty Loan which is scheduled to be
gin here this month?
Our quota, figuring that the quota
for the Islands, has been nearly doub
led, will be twice as much as last time.
We have a reputation that was
made in the last loan, two "honor
flags" und we must and will live up to
this reputation in this new loan that
The only way that we can do it is
to buy and buy till we haven't any
thing left to buy with, and then to
do a little figuring and buy some
It is an assured fact, from past per
formances, that Kauai will go "way
over the top" in this Fourth Loan, so
the'best thing to do now is to start
saving and figuring.
ALLOTMENT AND ALLOWANCE
There has been a change in the sys
tem of the Ilureau of War Risk In
surance of the Treasury in the matter
of allotment and allowance checks.
This results in some of the checks sent
out by (he bureau being for smaller
sums than heretofore, but the amounts
omitted from the checks sent out by
the bureau will be included in checks
sent out from other sources.
The new system will simplify the
work of the bureau and is expected to
accelerate the payment of allotments
Prior to July last the War Risk In
surance Bureau took Hie compulsory
allotment or $15 a month and what
ever additional sum the enlisted man
chose to allot to his family, and the
whole amount, together with the Gov
ernment allowance for dependents was
included in one check and sent out by
the bureau. Iieglnning with the July
pay the bureau will collect and send
out only the complsory allotment of
$15 a month and the Government fam
The excess allot merits over the com
pulsory $15 allotment and the allot
ments to persons not entitled by law
to allowances will not be handled by
the Ilureau of War Risk Insurance.
but by the War or Navy Department
and Marine Corps, or Coast Guard, ac
cording to the branch of service to
which the enlisted man belongs.
VOICE OF THE PEOPLE
To the Interest of the Public of Kauai:
In reading the Garden Island Paper
of Aug. 27th, 1918, 1 saw that Mr.
Rice had a conference with the Ass't
Attorney General, Harry Irwin in re
gard to the Homesteaders Cane Con
tracts and agreed that a Flvo-Per-cent
deduction for trash was a fair
one except, when the cane was burn
ed. Mr. Rice also told the Ass't At
torney General that he would supply
him with some specific figures that he
has gathered regarding trash deduc
tions and other statistics.
The Homesteaders of Kapaa have
been in business with Makeo Sugar
Co. for the last eight years and the
said Makee Sugar Company has been
in the custom of deducting only 2
per cent for trash cane and 1 per cent
for burnt cane, all of this has been
proven and tested by the officials of
Makee Sugar Co. which I believe have
the best system of the County of
Mr. Rice, I believe is also in busin
ess with cane at Lihuo but it he has
the habit of loading more trash than
cane on the cars the Lihue Planta
tion Co. should charge Mr. Rice with
10 per cent trash and not 5 per cent
as he suggested for the poor home
steaders of Kauai.
A man of such good character and
business should always give a square
deal to the public and not try to kill
the small farmers known as home
steaders. This Centlemen Is seeking for the
nomination of Senator of Kauai and if
he is trying to get such little things
like this to kill the poor homesteaders
what will he do for us it he gets el
Now is the time to get down to
business and vote for Candidates that
will make some good to the Home
steaders and not for any other that
will harm the poor.
Homesteader of Kapaa.
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SOMEWHERE IN FRANCE,
June 29th, 1918.
You will have to excuse me for not
thanking yeu before this, for the
Trench Kit I received through "Jud
ges" from you. But it is better late
than never, so I am taking this oppor
tunity of thanking you.
When I received the kit we were
getting rady to go into the trenches
and by mistake I packed your address
In my barrack bag, and I have just
unearthed it, so I will do my best to
tell you what has happened since the
last time I saw your address.
We had been training over here for
about four months with the French
before we started in, but it is hard
training with men who you can't un
derstand or talk to. Well we lived
through it and tried to make old Mass
achusetts (the state my regiment hails
from) proud of us.
We went into one sector for about
a month and a half. This front was
tame, but has seen some hard fighting
since we were with the French still
in training. We lived in largo caves,
electric lighted and holding a couple
of thousand men. We were perfectly
safe here, so we thought war was a
joke, and the only kick we had was
against the million:? of rata, some as
large as cats, that would eat all of the
rations that the Government could is
sue, and climb all over you when you
were trying to get a wink of sleep.
Well we stood this for a while, then
we were ordered back for a re:;t.
We were to have a month or two,
of rest, but things started, so wo had
only two days of rest when our divis
ion was ordered to the front, there
to start something so as to relieve the
pressure that IJosche was using in
this drive, well we did but it cost a
The first place we were in, in this
sector was different than the last. Wo
lived in small dugouts with about a
foot of water on the floor, with no
light only at the door, and tho rats
still with us.
The first few days wero great, it
was kind of warm, and we could sit
out in front of our dugouts and sun
ourselves, but one night the Dosche
thought they would like to look our
barbed wire over, well some of them
did. but never got back to tell what
it looked like.
They got kind of sore and thought
that we needed a licking, so they sent
for what is known as the "Storm
Struppers" or storming troops. They
came down and were going to lake our
(Continued on page 5)
PUBLIC NOTICE OF PRIMARY
I, J. Mahlai Kancnkim, County Clerk
of tho County of Kauai, Territory of
Hawaii, do hereby certify that I have,
on the 24th day rf- AugusC A. D. 1918,
received from tho Honorable Curtis
P. Iaukea, Secretary of Hawaii, a
Public Notice of Primary Election and
in accordance with paragraph 2 of
Section 29 of the Revised Laws of Ha
waii, 1915, I do hereby publish so
much of said Notice as is applicable
to the County of Kauai, Territory of
Hawaii, as follows:
PUBLIC NOTICE OF PRIMARY
Notice is hereby given that In ac
cordance with the terms of Chapter 8
ot the Revised Laws of Hawaii, 1915,
a Primary Election for the purpose of
making nominations for a Delegate
to tho House of Representatives of
the United States and for a Senator
and Representatives of the legislature
of the Territory of Hawaii as more
particularly hereinafter set forth, will
be held on
Saturday, the 5th day of October,
A. D. 1918,
within tho County of Kauai, Territory
of Hawaii, between the hours of
eight o'clock a. in. and five o'clock
The Senatorial District and the
number of candidates for Senator to
be nominated by each political party
is as follows:
FOURTH DISTRICT Islands of
Kauai and Niihau one.
The Representative District and the
number of candidates for Representa
tives to be nominated by each politi
cal party is as follows:
IN THE SIXTH DISTRICT FOUR
The precincts and polling places are
SIXTH REPRESENTATIVE DIS
The Islands of Kauai and Niihau,
constituting the County of Kauai.
First rrecinct: The Island of
Niihau. Polling place, Niihau school
house. Second Precinct: The portion of the
District of Waimea, on the Island of
Kauai, west of the boundary between
the Kekaha and Waimea plantations
and a line in extension thereof along
the western edge of Waimea Valley
to the Southern boundary of Na Pali.
Polling place, Kekaha schoolhouse.
Third Precinct: The portion of the
District of Waimea, on the Island of
Kauai, between the second precinct
and the bed of the Mahinauli Valley.
Polling place, Waimea courthouse.
Fourth Precinct: The remainder of
the District of Waimea. Polling place,
Fifth Precinct: The portion of the
District of Koloa west of the west
boundary of the land of Koloa. Polling
place. Office of McBryde Sugar Com
pany of Wahiawa.
Sixth Precinct: The remainder of
the District of Koloa. Polling place,
Seventh Precinct: The District of
Lihue. Polling place, District Court
Room at Lihue.
Eighth Precinct. The District of
Kawaihau. Polling place, Kapaa
f Ninth Precinct: The portion of the
District of Hanalei east of the Kalihi
wai stream. Polling place, Kilauea
Tenth Precinct: The remainder of
the District of Hanalei. Polling place,
PURSUANT to the requirements of
Act 197. Session Laws of 1917, notice
is also given that polling places for
voters who may be qualified to v;t3
under said Act 197, or under any law
that has been or shall hereafter bo
enacted by Congress relating to or
appertaining to the purposes of said
Act 197, are as follows:
The United States Military Reserva
tions at Schofield Barracks, Fort Shat
ter and Fort Armstrong, in tho City
and County of Honolulu.
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF,
I have hereunto set my hand
and caused the Great Seal of
the Territory of Hawaii to lie
Done at the Capitol at Hono
lulu, this 22nd day of August.
A. D. 19 IS.
CURTIS P. IAUKEA. '
Secretary of Hawaii.
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF,
1 have hereunto set my hand
mid caused the Seal of the
County of Kauai, Territory of
Hawaii, to be affixed hereto.
Done at the County Seat at
Lihue this 24 ill day of August,
A. I). 191S.
J. MAIIIAI KAN'EAKUA,
County Clerk, County of Kauai.
MA KE KAUOHA
1IOOI.AIIA KOIIO P. A I.OTA
Owiiu ii, J. Maliiai Kanrakua,
Kakiiuoli'lii n ke Kaluna i Kauai,
Tcritniv ii Hawaii, ma ki in ke lu.o
i;i m i an tin 1. .i;i mai iu'u nia ka l;i
21 ii Annate, M. H. I'.HS ka
Mca Hanoliano Curtis P. Iaukea,
Knkauolclo t Hawaii, lie Iloolnlia
Kolu) Balota Wnc Molio, ti i kulikc
ni me ka niakemake o ka mahele 2
0 ka Pauku 21) o na Kimawai i
Hooponopono Houia o Hawaii nci,
HUT), nia kcia ke hoolaha nku nei
au i kckalii inalielo oua lloolalia la
ma ka niea lioi i pili mai i ke Ka
lana o Kauai, Teritore o Hawaii,
HOOLAHA KOIIO BALOTA
Kc hoolalinia nku nei nia keia a
1 kulikc ai lioi nie na olelo o ka
Mokuna 8 o na Kanawai Iloopouo
pono Houia o Hawaii, 11)15, c ma
lamaia ana lie Kolio Balota Wae
Molio no Kckalii Elele i ka Hale o
na Lunaniakaninnna o Anierika
Huipuia a no kckalii Senatoa amc
na Lunaniakaainana no ka Aha
olelo o kc Teritore o Hawaii a elike
lioi nio ia i lioakaka ponoia malalo
ilio nci lua ka
POAONO, ka la 5 o Okatoba,
M. II. 1918,
maloko nei o ke Kalana o Kauni.
Teritore o Hawaii, niawacna o ka
liora cwalu a. nr anie ka hora
elima p. ni.
A PAN A KOIIO SENATOA
O ka Apana Koho Senatoa anie
ka nui o na nioho no ka oihana
Senatoa e waeia ae ai e kela anie
keia aoao kalaaina penei no:
Apana Kolio Elia Na Mokupuni
o Kauai anie Niihau, Hookahi.
APANA KOIIO LUNAMAKA
A IN ANA
O ka Apana Koho Lunaniakaai
nana anie ka nui o na molio no ka
oihana Lunaniakaainana e waeia ai
e kola nine keia aoao kalaiaina pe
Iloko o ka Apana Koho Eono
O na Mahele loho Balota anie
na Wahi e koho balota ai oia no
keia malalo nei :
Apana Koho Eono no ka Luna
niakaainana Apana Koho Elia no
ke Senntoa, oia no ke Kalana o
Mahele Ekalii. Ka Mokupuni o
Niihau, Wahi Koho: Halekula o
Mahele Elua. Kela mahele o ka
Apana o Waimea ma ka Mokupuni
o Kauai, ma ka aoao komohana
aku o ka palena mawaena o na
niahiko o Kekaha anie Waimea,
anie kckalii kaha loihi e pili ann
tne kc kae komohana o ke awaawa
o Waimea a hiki i ka palena henia
o Na Pali. Wahi koho: Halekula
Mahele Ekolu. Kela mahele o
ka Apana o Waimea ma ka Moku
puni o Kauai e waiho ana mawae
na o ka mahele elua ame lalo o ke
awaawa,o Mahinauli. Wahi Koho:
Ilalehookolokolo o Waimea.
Mahele Eha. Ke koena aku o
ka Apana o Waimea. Wahi Koho
Halekula o Makaweli.
Mahele Elima. Ka mahele o ka
Apana o Koloa ma ka aoao komo
hana aku o ka palena komohana o
ka aina o Koloa. Wahi Koho: nia
ke Keena Kupakako o ka Hui Ma-
hiko o McBryde ma Wahiawa.
Mahele Eono. Kc koena mai o
ka Apana o Koloa. Wahi Koho:
Ilalehookolokolo o Koloa.
Mahele Ehiku. Ka Apana o Li
hue. Wahi Koho: Keena o ka
Aha Hookolokolo Apana o Lihue
Mahele Kwalu. Ka Apana o
Kawaihau. Wain Koho: Hale
hookolokolo o Kapaa.
Mahele Eiwa. Kela mahele o ka
Apana o Hanalei ma ka aoao hiki-
na o kc kahawai o Kalihiwai. Wahi
Koho: Halekula o Kilauea.
Mahele Unii. "Ke koena aku o
ka Apana o Ifnnalei. Wahi Koho:
Ilalehookolokolo nia Waioli.
1 kulikc ai hoi me ka niakemake
0 I c Kanawai 1!)7, o ke Knu Aha-
1 h lo o l!H7, ke hoolaha pu ia nku
nci o na Wahi Koho Balota no ka
poe e knpono ana ke koho balota
dike me ka manao o ua Kanawai
111" hi n malalo paha o ka manao o
kckahi Kanawai i hooholo ia a e
liooholoia aku ana e ka Ahaoldo o
Anierika Huipuia i pili aku i ka
niaki urn ke o ua Kanawai 197 la.
O na Kahua Hooluhi o na koa o
Anierika Huipuia nia Leilehua oia
hoi ke Scliofidil Barracks, ka Papti
Sliafter ma Kahauiki, anie ka Papu
I.imaikaika nia Kaknako, maloko
o ke Kulanakauliale anie ke Kalana
I IIOIKE XO KA OIAIO o
keia kc knu nei an malalo ae
nei o keia i ko'u lima me ka
Imnpili pu ana mai i ke Sila
(Sila) Nui o ke Teritore o Hawaii
II ANA I A ma ka Hale Poo
A u nui i ma Honolulu i keia
la 22 o Annate M. II. 191S.
(rims p. i.u'kea,
Kakaiiolclo o Hawaii.
1 IIOIKE NO KA OIAIO o
ki ia ke kati nci au malalo ae
nei o keia i ko'u lima me ka
hoopili pu ana mai i ke Sila
(Sila) o ke Kalana o Kauai, Teri
tore o Hawaii nci.
1 1 A N A I A ma keKal.ua Hale
Poo Aiipuni ma I HU E i
keia la 21 o Annate M. H.
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