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Secti-n 947, R. L. 1915,
prohibits the use of
Public Drinking Cups
in public placer, and carries a
find of not less than $100 for
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House of Housewares
Boys' ami youths' straw hats,
valued at $1.50, will be sold out at
50 cents each at J. L Silva's Elee'.e
Store. Ad vt.
From the interesting statement
made by Mrs. C. II. Wilcox to the
Inland Association concerning the
work of the Civilian Helief, we con
dense the following:
"The Kauai Branch of the Home
Service have become acquainted with
fifty-three different families. Of these
eighteen aie Hawaiian, twelve are
Killnino, eleven Portuguese, sjven
Porto Rican. three Japanese, one
Portuguese. Mexican and oneAutrian.
"Twenty of these families lia.e had
store credit, or loans of money to
help them along until their money
should come. The Red Cross has
made some of these loans, and, where
the draftee worked on a plantation,
that plantation has given his family
their homo and also maintenance the
family paying off the debt when their
"All through the Islands there ha
been no trouble at all about jtettins
these people to pay back their loans.
In many instances anion:; t'.ie I'll,
pinos. this is the ilr.it tiin that the
women have held the purse strings,
and it is a great e la'';Jion for the.n
'It takes practically three months
before an enltaiul nrm hvy.tv.i to 'jet
ills w.-.Rea. S' '.hat the prnpoi lion seat
to the wife at the end ot that lime is
in many cases, inure money than she
has ever handled. The Home Service
aie trying to get these women tn
start bank accounts so that when the
war is over and the men return, they
will have something for him to begin
"The men in the camps are learning
to cat all sorts of new foods. When
they come home again t.'iey vv.ll wain
a more varied diet than when the;,
went away and will look far more
intelligent cooking. Many of the Fili
pinos have only a single pot to cook
with, and that often not a very gooi!
one. The Home Service wants to help
them to learn other simple dishes, and
to get them to spend their money on
useful articles such as cooking uten
sils, as Wi ll as on f.iiiey clothes.
"Then again, the men in camp are
learning to read and write, and ulso
they have to lie orderly, clean ami
neat. If the women do not keep up
wiih tliem in this, they will be d:s
satisfied when they return. Efforts
are being made by the Home Service
to meet these requirements.
"ihere is a Camp Service Worker
at eueh of the soldiers' camps,- am!
through this worker any branch can
communicate with any soldier, v.i.el'u
er he can write or not; und 011 the
other hand, he can get into touch w.tli
his family or get help for them
"The Home Service is not a charily,
it is the nation's assurance- tiiat. no
enlisted man's family will sui'fer trom
lack of any essential thint; that li s
within its power to give."
What the County Agent Finds
The county audit finds Mam pro-
(luce farmers gelling ready to plant n
large a.-'T of new land. About twenty-1
five acres of new land has been pio.ved
up in one locality and is now b. ing
prepared for various crops such as
corn, beans, peanuts and sweet pol i
toes. Waimen watermelons will soon be
harvested. Only a few late ones re
main unliurvested. Watermelons sell
in Waimea for 4 cents wholesale.
Ih.napepe rite will yield probably
in the neighborhood of 22 bags per
acre for the second cutting. Rico
mills in Hanapepe depending on water
for power to drive their machinery
iiave had to quit grinding because as
yet there is not enough water in the
Mr. Chas Rice, of Lihue Ranch, re
ports that he will plant about one
hundred acres of corn this year, lie
favors the Guam corn. That does
well here and is quite popular on
('has. Wileox has planted some of
lie velvet beans which lie obtained
;rom t county agent a few month
go. Tjie beans now look splendid,
dr. V, 'Ibex has six acres in this par
icular lieid. ', he I'uhl gardens of the
Iro.e Farm plantation look Friend. ii
alst) ami the easiva pl-'iit-'d b them
:s doing' equally well.
Wm. Hyde Rice is supplying the
.ounty agent with Guam corn for dis
libution to applicants for seeds.
'Ilie county agent spent some time
getting pigs for the pig clubs now
mder way. The local supply is small
and it looks as if other, islands will
aave to heip meet the supply. It will
-e well to have a few good pigs im
ported. The rice plalation at Aliomanu ha
"ght acres of rice. They raised two
lops of J.i pan seed rice this year.
J'liey arc not always able to raise two
crops annually, because of water
jhortage. They expect twenty bags
to the acre cleaned rice for the.r
second crop this year. Salt spray
effects the crop heie, doing consider
iblo damage at times. Thia would
make good t jao land as the sail spray
would have less effect on the taro
specially en the lower Feciion of the
plantation. Sonic Kula land is being
cleaned at Aliomanu for the planting
of produca later on.
Yamasaki, a Japanese at Anahola.
wants to lease a strip of waste luutana
iand which will , clear and plant to
watermelons and other produce. The
iand is sandy and should produce
;ootl wat-jiaielon.i. peanuts or onions.
There is mdcli good land in;- produce
f.niuin near Aiiahoia village.
Mr. Farley of Koloa, has an excel
lent example 6t a war garden. Moat
of t.lt! laborers at Koloa have honn
;ciruens, but on the average, Koloa
gardens do not compare with those
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