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TUti GARDEN ISLAND. TUESDAY, SEPT. 10, 1918
THE GARDEN ISLAND
Issued Every Tuesday
E. CHESTER ROBERTS
KENNETH C. HOPPER
Knual now has the chance to put a i cox for the House. They will also
man In the Senate who can go there j vote for Joe Souza, a the Portuguese
with a clear understanding of what is
required of him a man who has the
training, education and ability, to fill
the olilce as.it should be filled.
C harlie Kice's past record in the
Legislature is an eloquent argument
as to why he should be placed in the
Senate again. With Rice and Coney
in the upper house we will have a
team that can and will accomplish
something in that branch of the legis
lature. Kverybody will vote for Charlie Wil-
element should be represented, and
Joe is the logical man. The Hawaii
ans are well represented in candidates
for the House, and it is hard to tell
who will win out at this time, but
Frank Waipa Akana, of Waimea, and
von Kkekela, of Kapaa, seem to be
strong men in their districts.
The figures sent to the Attorney
General by Mr. C. A. Rice for average
trash deductions for the year 1918
are: Rattoons, 2.75 percent; Plant,
VOICE OF THE PEOPLE
Kapaa, Kauat, T. H.
September 9, 1918.
Editor. Garden Island:
In reply to a "Kapaa Homesteader"
of last issue, will say that the writer
may be sure that Mr. Rice is not liable
to give the Attorney General any figu
res that are not reliable, as they
would only react on Mr. Rice, pro
vided they were not correct. Local
conditions always vary and 5 percent
may be fair enough at Lihue.
At Kealia last year 3 percent was
deducted and this year 2 percent. At
any time this is not thought fair, a
homesteader may have a car stripped
and weighed, according to contract.
The present contract, being written
up is merely a war measure and is
only intended to run during the length
of the war, according to a letter which
I have from the Attorney General. In
view of the present labor conditions,
we bhall all be lucky if our crops are
harvested at all.
The previous writer talked as if he
was not a homesteader at all, for he
speaks of "poor homesteaders." If he
was well informed, he would know
that they are all doing better than
ever beTore in their lives. The most
of them, in fact, beii.,1 plantation
laborers before taking homesteads.
We homesteaders would do well to
get behind Mr. Charles Rice solidly,
instead as was done last year, in send
ing a man who needed an interpreter
on account of his ignorance of the
English language and voted against
his own County's breakwater on ac
count o' the same.
(Signed) ANOTHER, HOMESTEADER
A power winch has been installed
at Nawiliwili landing.
MAY BE A GERMAN BLUFF
Officials of the Food Administra
tion point out that it is unwise to put
too much faith in news of food riots
in Austria and Germany which eml
nates from the enemy whose censor
ship Is not prone to admit the publi
cation of news which would give the
Allied world a true idea of the state
of affairs in Hunland. Germany has
before spread stories to lure the Al
lied people into believing that she is
on her last legs. German propaganda
of this kind was responsible for a lot
of pacificist talk in England. We must
not permit these stories to lull the
United States into relaxing for
moment its effort to produce and save
every last ounee of food for our army
and the Allies. It is true that Food
will win the war. It is even truer that
the lack of it will cost defeat.
The placing of too much faith in
food-riot dispatches might have a
tendency to discourage production or
encourage v.cttefulness here. It is
much better, therefore, to rate thp;n
as mostly Hun concoctions until such
time as our soldiers arrive in Berlin
r.r.d iinj out whether they are actua;'.v
The people of Hawaii must go on
producing all the food they can. We
must not stop producing sugar but
should also produce enough vegeta
bles in the back yard to make it un
necessary to import food.
Japanese produce farmers out Mana
way are having good success with
watermelons. These men have only
recently gone into the produce busi
ness and are making good. Water
melons seem to be the ideal quick
money crop among the Japanese, but
there is a rapid Increase in the popu
larity of the peanut.
The Kauai Fair Price Committee, appointed by the United States Food
Administration, issues the following list of commodities showing the lowest
and highest cost and selling prices of the Stores on the Island. The prices
were compiled from lists sent in by fourteen different stores.
Wheat fiour, 49 ponud bag
Wheat flour, 10 pound bag
ISarley flour, bulk per bag
Rice flour, bulk per bag
Corn flour, per pound
Corn meal, per pound
Rolled oats, per pkg
Rice, Hawaiian, per bag
Rice, Hawaiian, per pound, bulk....
Rice, Japan, bag
Rice, Japan, bulk per pound
Roans, white, pound
Ueans, Maui red, pound
Potatoes. Mauai, pound
Potatoes, California, pound
Potatoes, Sweet, pound
Eggs, fresh, doz
Cheese, American, full cream, lb....
Milk, evaporated, 16 oz. can
Milk, condensed, 14. oz. can
Milk, condensed. Eagle, can
Lard compound. No. 3. can
Lard compound, No. 5, can
Lard compound, No. 10, can
Crisco, small, can
Crisco, medium, can
Crisco, large, can
Salad Oil, glass, qt
Salad Oil, bulk, qt
Canned Salmon, No. 1 pink, can
Canned Salmon, No. 1, med. red can..
Canned Salmon, No. 1 Sockeye, can.,
funned Salmon, No. 2 Sockeye, can..
Sardines No. 1, oval Tom. can
Sardines, No. 1, Domestic 14
fanned Tomatoes, 2 stand, can
fanned Tomatoes, 2 solid pack, can
Tomato Hot sa.ice, small, can
Corn, No. 2 Stand, can
Peas, No. Stand, can
Corned Iierf, No. 1 ran
Deviled Me it. Ham flavor. ,4. can..
Vienna Sausage, 4, can
liaeon. who! piece, lb
Huron, slic'-d, i oz. jar
Ham, sliced. Ill
Hum, whole. o.!tid
Salt Salmon, red. pound
Sugar, washed, pound
Sugar, mill, pound
Sugur, granulated, pound
Shino Miso, tub
Aka Miso, tub
I delivered at Store Selling Price
3 11 3.30 3.25 3.75
C3V2 .G5 .70 .75
C 3-5 .08 .07 .10
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PUBLIC NOTICE OF PRIMARY
I, J. Mahlal Kaneakua, County Clerlr
of the County ot Kauai, Territory of
Hawaii, do hereby certify that I have,
on the 24th day of August, A. D. 1918,
received from the Honorable Curtis
P. Iaukea, Secretary of Hawaii, a
Public Notice of Primary Election and
in accordance with naraeraDh 2 of
Section 29 of the Revised Laws of Ha
waii, 1915, 1 do hereby publish so
much ot 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
of the Revised Laws of Hawaii, 1915,
a Trtmary Electlonfor the purpose of
making nominations for a Delegate
to the 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 the County of Kauai, Territory
of Hawaii, between the hours ot
eight o'clock a. m? 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
TRICT FOURTH SENATORIAL
The Islands of Kauai and Niihau,
constituting the County of Kauai.
First Precinct: 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 Pall.
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
Ninth Precinct: The portion of the
District of Hanalei east of the Kalihi
wal 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 vote
under said Act 197, or under any law
that has been or shall hereafter be
enacted ' by Congress relating to or
appertaining to the purposes of said
Act 197, are as follows:
The United States Military Reserva
tions at Sehofleld narracks. Fort Shat
ter and Fort Armstrong, In the 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 be
Done at the Capitol at Hono
lulu, this 22nd day of August,
A. D. 1918.
CURTIS P. IAUKEA,
Secretary of Hawaii.
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF,
I have hereunto set my hand
and caused the Seal of the
County of Kauai, Territory of
Hawaii, to bo affixed hereto.
Done at the County Seat at
Lihue this 24th day of August,
A. I). 1918.
J. MAIIIAI KANEAKUA,
County Clerk. County of Kauai.
MA KE KAUOHA
MOOLAH A KOIIO HA I.OTA
Owau , J. Maliiai Kaneakua,
Kakaiiolelo o ke Kalana o Kauai,
Tcritore o Hawaii, ma kcia ke hoo
ia nci au ua loaa niai ia'u ma ka la
21 u Augate, M. H. 1'Jl.S niai ka
Mca llnnoliano Curtis P. Iaukra,
Kakaiiolelo o Hawaii, ho Hoolaha
Koho Balota Wae Moho, a i kulikc
ai me ka lnakemake o ka mahcle 2
o ka Pauku 2!) o na Kanawai i
Ilooponopono Ilouia o Hawaii nci,
1915, ma keia ko hoolaha aku nci
nu i kckahi mahcle oua Hoolaha la
ma ka mea hoi i pili niai i ke Ka
lana o Kauai, Tcritore o Hawaii,
HOOLAHA KOIIO BALOTA
Ke hoolahaia aku nei nia keia a
i kulikc ai hoi nie na olelo o ka
Mokuna 8 o na Kanawai Hoopono
pono Ilouia o Hawaii. 1915, e ma
laniaia ana he Koho Balota Wae
Moho no Kckahi Elclc i ka Hale o
na Lunamakaainana o Amcrika
Huipuiaia no kckahi Scnatoa nine
na Lunamakaainana no ka Aha
old o o kc Teritoro o Hawaii a dike
hoi me ia i hoakaka ponoia malalo
ilio nci ma ka
POAONO, ka la 5 o Okatoha,
M. II. 1918,
maloko nei o ke Kalana o Kauai.
Tcritore o Hawaii, mawaena o ka
hora ewalu a. m ame ka hora
clitna p. in.
A PAN A KOIIO SKNATOA
O ka Apana Koho Scnatoa ame
ka nui o na moho no ka oihana
Scnatoa e waeia ae iii e kda ame
keia aoao kalaaina pend no:
Apana Koho Eha Na Mokupuni
o Kauai ame Nnhau, Ilookahi.
APANA KOHO LUNAMAKAAINANA
O ka Apana Koho Lunamakaai
nana ame ka nui o na moho no ka
oihana Lunamakaainana e waeia ai
e kda ame keia aoao kalaiaina pe
lloko o ka Apana, Koho Eono
O na Mahde Koho Balota ame
na Wahi e koho balota ai oia no
kcia malalo nci :
Apana Koho Eono no ka Luna
makaainana Apana Koho Eha no
kc Scnatoa, oia no ke Kalana o
Mahele-Ekahi. Ka Mokupuni o
Niihau, Wahi Koho: llalckula o
Mahcle Elua. Keia mahelo o ka
Apana o Waimea ma ka Mokupuni
o Kauai, ma ka aoao komohana
aku o ka palcna mawaena o na
nuihiko o Kekaha ame Waimea,
ainc kckahi kaha loilii e pili ana
nie ke kae komohana o ke awaawa
o Waimea a hiki i ka palcna henia
o Na Pali. Wahi koho: llalckula
Mahcle Ekolu. Kda mahde o
ka Apana o Waimea ma ka Moku
puni o Kauai e waiho ana mawae
na o ka mahcle elua ame lalo o ke
awaawa o Mahinauli.'' Wahi Koho:
Ilalchookolokolo o Waimea.
Mahcle Eha. Kc kocna aku o
ka Apana o Waimea. Wahi Koho:
llalckula o Makaweli.
Mahde Elinia. Ka mahcle o ka
Apana o Koloa ma ka aoao komo
hana aku o ka palcna komohana o
ka aina o Koloa. Wahi Koho: ma
ke Kccna Kupakako o krt Ilui Ma
hiko o McBryde ma Wahiawa.
Mahde Eono. Kc kocna niai o
ka Apana o Koloa. Wahi Koho:
Ilalchookolokolo o Koloa.
Mahde Ehiku. Ka Apana o Li
hue. Wahi Koho: Kccna o ka
Aha Hookolokolo Apana o Lihue.
Mahde Ewalu. Ka Apana o
Kawaihau. Wahi Koho: Ilalc
hookolokolo o Kapaa.
Mahcle Eiwa. Kcia mahcle o ka
Apana o Hanalei ma ka aoao hiki
na o ke kahawai o Kalihiwai. Wahi
Koho: llalckula o Kilauea.
Mahcle Umi. Ke kocna aku o
ka Apana o Hanalei. Wahi Koho:
Ilalchookolokolo nia Waioli.
I kulike ai hoi me ka niakcmake
o kc Kanawai 197, o ke Kau Aha-
oldo o 1917, kc hoolaha pu ia aku
nci o na Wahi Koho Balota no ka
pne e kupono ana ke koho balota
ciiKe me Ka manao o ua Kanawai
197 la a malalo paha o ka manao o
kckahi Kanawai j hooholo ia a c
hooholoia aku ana e ka Ahaoldo o
Amcrika Huipuia i pili aku i ka
niakcmake o ua Kanawai 197 la.
O na Kalnia Hoolulu o na koa o
Amcrika Huipuia ma Lcilchua oia
hoi kc Sehotiekl Barracks, ka Papu
Shafter ma Kahauiki, ame ka Papu
Limaikaika ma Kakaako, maloko
o kc Kulanakauhalc aim kc Kalana
I IIOIKE NO KA OlAIO o
kcia kc kau nci au malalo tic
nci o kcia i ko'u lima me ka
hoopili pu ana niai i kc Sila
(Sila") Nui o kc Tcritore o Hawaii
HANAIA ma ka Hale Poo
Aupuni ma Honolulu i kcia
la 22 o AiiKatc M. II. 191.
cruris P. IAUKEA,
Kakauolclo o Hawaii.
I IIOIKE NO KA OIAIO o
kcia kc kau m i au malalo ae
nci o keia i ko'u lima nie ka
hoopili hi ana niai i kc Sila
(Sila) o ke Kalana o Kauai, Tcri
tore o Hawaii nei.
HANAIA ma kc Kahua Hale
Poo Aupuni ma I.IHl'E i
keia la 21 o Augate M. II.
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