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TIIE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, OCT. 15, 101S
Especially efficient and economical for mill irork
Sanitary weatherproof fireproof.
A high grade cold water paint for exterior and interior work.
1'nt up in :?r0 pound barrels. "A reputation liehyid it" and
approved by the National Hoard of Fire Underwriters.
Honolulu Iron Works Co.
Honolulu, T. H.
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Home Grown Potash
The comparative scarcity and con
sequent high price of commercial pot
ash consequent on the cutting off of
the German source of supply have
stimulated the production of a home
grown article made by the burning of
waste molasses. For every ton of
manufactured sugar there is a residue
product of waste molasses of from 35
to 40 gallons. This has been looked
on as worse than useless and has been
ltirgly run into the sea to get rid of it.
But now the more intelligent and
progressive plantations burn this
waste product and secure therefrom
13 or 14 pounds of ash, which will an t
lyze on the average from 35 percent
to 40 percent of pure potash. It will
be readily seen that on a crop such ns
litany of our plantations turn out, sny
of 15,000, 20.000 or 25,000 tons there
will be a very large output of molasses
and a proportionally large output of
molasses ash. As potash Is one of the
cardinal requirements of the soil and
one of the cardinal ingredients of com
mercial fertilizers this source of sup
ply becomes very Important; aed
since potash these days is rated pro
visonally at $300 a ton It also becomes
In the simplest form the furnace in
which this molasses is burned is J-ist
a brick chamber, into which the molr.s
ses is injected under pressure in the
form of a course spray upon a bed of
flame, which has been kindled In the
first instance by a wood fire. To the
uninitiated it may seem a little
strange that molasses should burn in
that way, but it does so, fiercely and
with great heat.
Most plantations avail themselves
of this for mill power purposes, and
thus kill two birds with one stone, as
it were. They put in a boiler over
the burning molasses, .which gener
ates steam to drive the mill shops,
centrifugals or other machinery, or
they simply turn the steam into the
main mill supply. And in the intro
duction of this boiler for this second
ary purpose, they Becuro a very fine,
high grade, additional potash deposit,
which collects at the far end of the
Several of the plantations on Kauai
have been using this process for some
time, notably Kealia, McBryde, Keka
ha and Makaweli. Grove Farm has
just installed a plant, and Lihue, Ha-
namaulu and Kilauea will do so this
STATEMENT OF THE OWNERSHIP,
, MANAGEMENT, . CIRCULATION,
ETC., REQUIRED BY THE ACT OF
CONGRESS OF AUGUST 24, 1912.
Of the Garden Island, published week
ly at Lihue, Hawaii for October 1st,
Territory of Hawaii, County of Kauai,
Before me, a Notary Public in and
for the Territory aforesaid, personally
appeared K. C. Hopper, who, having
been duly sworn according to law, de
poses and says that ho is the business
manager of the Garden Island and
that the following is, to the best of
his knowledge and belief, a true state
ment of the ownership, management,
etc., of the aforesaid publication for
the date shown in the above caption,
required by the Act of August 24. 1912,
embodied in section 443, Postal Law3
and Regulations, printed on tho re
verse side of this form, to wit:
1. That 'tho names and addresses
of the publisher, editor, managing ed
itor, and business managers are:
Publisher, The Garden Island Publish
ing Co., Ltd., Lihue, Hawaii.
Editor, E. C. Roberts, Lihuo Hawaii.
Managing Editor, K. C. Hopper, Lihue,
Business Manager, K. C. Hopper, Li
2. That tho owners are: E. A.
Knudsen, Kekaha, Hawaii; S. W. Wil
cox, Lihue, Hawaii; A. F. Knudsen,
Kekaha, Hawaii; Aubrey Robinson,
Makaweli, Hawaii; T. Brandt, Wai
mea, Hawaii; V. II. Rice, Lfhuo, Ha
waii; K. C. Hopper, Lihue. Hawaii;
Anna C. Wilcox, Lihue, Hawaii; Fran
cis Gay, Makaweli, Hawaii; A. S. Wil
cox, Lihue, Hawaii; II. P. Faye. Ke
kaha, Hawaii; Est. Hans. Isenberg.
Lihue, Hawaii; R. P. Spalding, Kea
lia, Hawaii; Anhie S. Knudsen, Ke
kaha, Hawaii; Mabel I. Wilcox. Lihue,
Hawaii; Elsie II. Wilcox, Lihuo, Ha
waii; C. A. Rice, Lihue, Hawaii; G.
N. Wilcox, Lihue, Hawaii.
3. That the known bondholders,
mortgagees, and other security hold
ers owning or holding 1 per cent or
more of total amount of bonds, mort
gages, or other securities arc: None.
K. C. HOPPER,
Sworn to and subscribed before me
this 14th day of Oct. 1!HS.
A. G. KAI'LI'Kor,
(Seal) Notary Public.
(My commission expires June 3uth.
M. Nakata, chauffeur, formerly of
of Lihue, is now with the Irona Auto
Stand, on Beretania St., near Niiuanu.
He has a seven-passenger Pierce-Ar-row
car, and respectfully solicits the
patronage of the Kauai people while
in .Honolulu. Telephones Uf. 5050.
By the President of the United States
Setting October 26, 1918, as date of
Registration In the Territory or !
Hawaii of men 18 to 45 years old
under Man Power Law. j
1'. The President has today issued
a proclamation nxing uie lime ior
Registration in Hawaii. Alter recit
ing Sections 5 and fi of the Act of
Congress approved May 18, 1917, as
amended, the Proclamation reads as
2. And whereas, on the Thirty
First day of August, One Thousand
Nino Hundred and Eighteen, the Pres
ident of the I'nitcd States did issue a
Proclamation calling upon all persons
subject to registration in tho several
states and in tho District of Columbia
to register as provided by the afore
said Act of Congress.
3. And whereas in such Proclama
tion it was provided among other
things that "a day or days for registra
tion in the Territories of Alaska, Ha
waii and Porto Rico will be named in '
a later Proclamation."
4. Now. therefore, 1, WOODROW
WILSON, President of the United
States,, for the purpose of fixing the
dale for registration in the Territory
of Hawaii, do hereby set, fix and es
tablish Saturday, the Twenty Sixth
day of October, One Thousand Nine
Hundred and Eighteen, as the day of
registration and 1 do hereby direct
that on such day between the hours
of Seven A. M. and Nine P. M. all
malu persons herein made subject to
registration for military purposes at
guch places and to be registered by
such persons or officials in such area
as Bhall be designated or appointed
by the Governor of the Territory of
5. And I do call iijicn the Governor
of Hawaii and all Members of Local
Boards in Hawaii, and agents thereof
appointed under tho provisions of said
Act of Congress approved May Eight
een, Nineteen Seventeen, and all olii
cers and Agents of the Territory of
Hawaii, and of the municipalities
therein, to perform .certain duties in
the execution of the foregoing law,
which duties were communicated to
them directly in Regulations dated
August Thirty First, Nineteen Eight
een (. All male persons in Hawaii who
shall have nltained their eighteen; h
birthday and who shall not have at
tained their forty sixth birthday on. or
before Saturday, the Twenty Sixth
day of October, One Thousand, Nilie
Hundred and Eighteen, the day there
in named for Registration, are re
quired to register; Provided however,
that the following persons are hereby
exempted from registration to wit:
Person, who. prior to the day herein
named for registration, have register
eel under the terms of the Act approv
ed May Eighteen. Nineteen Seventeen,
or under the terms of the Public Reso
lution of Congress approved May
Twenty. Nineteen Eighteen whether
called for service or not; officers and
enlisted men of the Regular Army;
oflicers commissioned in the Army of
the United Stntes, and men of the
Forces drafted under the provisions
of the Act approved May Eighteen,
Nineteen Seventeen; officers and en
listed men of the National Guard
while in tho service of the United
States; oflicers of the Reserve Corps
and enlisted men in the Enlisted Re
serve Corps while in the service of
the United States; oflicers and enlist
ed men of tho Navy and Marine Corps
Reserve; officers and enlisted men of
The Naval Reserve and Marine Corps
Reserve while in the service of the
I'nitcd States; and diplomatic repre
sentatives, technical Attaches of For
eign Embassies and Legations, Con
suls General. Consuls, vice Consuls,
and Consular Agents of foreign coun
tries, residing in the United States,
who are not citizens of the United
7. Any person who, on account of
sickness, will bo unable to present
himself for registration may apply on
or before the day of registration at a
place designated therefore by the Gov
ernor of Hawaii for instruction as to
how he may register by agent.
8. Any person who expects to bo
absent 011 the day herein named for
registration from the registration area
inwhich he then permanently resides
may register by mail, but his regis
tration c;::-d must reach the persons
or officials appointed to conduct the
registration in such area on or before
the day herein named for registration.
Any such person should apply as
soon as practicable at a place or of a
person or an official designated or ap
pointed by the Governor of Hawaii for
instructions as to how he may register
9. Any person who has no perm
anent residence must register at the
place designated for the registration
of persons residing in the area where
in he may be 011 the day herein named
10. Any persons, ordinarily resi
dent in Hawaii, who on account of ab
sence at sea, or on account of absence
without tho Territory of Hawaii, may
be unable to comply with the Reg
lations per.aining to absentees, shall,
within live days after reaching Hawaii
or other parts of the United Slates,
register at the proper place designat
ed for registration, or by mail, as pro
vided for other absentees.
11. in Witness whereof, I have
hereto set my hand and caused the
seal of the United States to be affixed.
12. I lone in the District of Colum
bia this Seventh day of October, in tho
Year of our Lord, One Thousand Nino
Hundred and Eighteen, and of the
Independent o of the United States of
America tho one Hundred and Forty
13. Signed: WOODROW WILSON
11. By President.
15. Signed: ROBERT LANSING
Secretary of State.
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of many things to which he is accus
tomed in times of peace, or our arm
ies must go short of munitions and
other things indispum-ible to them."
Boys' and youths' straw hats,
valued at If 1.50, will bo sold out at
150 cents each at "J. I. Silva's Eluele
C. W. SPITZ, Prop.
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also Automobile and Tire Accessories.
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