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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY JAN. 28, 1919
The Bank of Hawaii, Ltd.
Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii
Statement of Condition
At close of Business, December 31, 1915
Loans, Discounts and Overdrafts, $5,281,336.25
Bank Premises, Honolulu 141,750.47
Bank Premises, Walpahu and Wallua 10,709.40
Bank Premises, Llhue 9,375.00
Customers' Liabilities Under Letters of Credit 194,935.63
Other Assets 18,768.63
Cash and Due from Banks 2,099,161.92
Capital, Paid Up $ 600,000.00
Surplus and Undivided Profits 1,030,820.85
Pension Fund 49,994.40
Letters of Credit Outstanding 194,935.63
Reserved for Taxes and Interest 33,500.00
Dividend Warrants Unpaid 2,175.00
Territory of Hawaii, )
City and County of Honolulu)
I, A. LEWIS, JR., Vice-President and Manager, being
first duly sworn, do solemnly swear that the above Is true
to the best of my knowledge and belief.
(Signed). .A. LEWIS, JR.,
Vice President and Manager.
E. P. BISHOP, T
C. II. ATIIEItTON, I Directors
J. A. McCANDLESS, J
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 3rd day of
J. D. MARQUES,
Notary Public, First Judicial Circuit,
(SEAL) Territory of Hawaii.
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Wlaen in Honolulu
Runnlnn water In every room; rooms
slnfjly or with baths; comfortable oeas;
close io best restaurants and all car
lines. Highest class service.
Centrally loculed In the theatre and shopping centers.
J. F. CHILD, Proprietor
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COMPLETE MACHINERY EQUIPMENT FOR
. r an fair T-iift iratrmrna it i . u
440 with total of 7181 h.
i). in use in Islands.
Operates on gasolinu or
distillate. "Pool proof"
so simple any boy can
run it. Produces pow
er cheaply. Sizes 4 to
27o h. h.
No. 2 Engelberg Iluller
Capacity itoO to 500 lbs.
paddy ht hour. Ilo
quires 10 to 12 h. p.
Requires !t h. p. to oper
where electric power is
Write for detailed
Honolulu Iron Works Co.
The Night School Lunch
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this duty wns incumbent upon tin;
Government mid was a jirojiur
function of t!iu ptiblic .school
Hystein. In accordance with this
conviction representatives of the
bureau have gone up and down
the country establishing night
schools under the supervision of
high school superintendents and
supported by the local boards as
a civic duty, until we have tliein
now established in thousands of
Air. Ragsdale then gave instan
ces of the benelicial results of
this system. Slimy successful
business men and army ollicers
in the late war owe their success
es to these schools. In many
places he said, "like Kauai for ex
ample, the V. M.J.3. A. is a pioneer
in this work, seeing the need and
endeavoring to meet it. Hutthis
is a public duty and handicajis
the Y. 51. (1. A. in performing
other tasks more properly within
its province aipl is a drain upon
their resources which might be,
if relieved of this lield, directed
to other channels. A text book
n citizenship education compiled!
from the findings and experience
,of many educators is now publish
ed by the bureau of Naturaliza
tion and available to schools ap
plying for them."
Sir. Warner then called on
Fudge Dickey who spoke humor
ously of instances in his experi
ence showing the necessity of
special education. One man had
been dismissed pending his ac
quiring the ability to write his
own name in English, a feat l.o
has not accomplished in a period
of two years. Some cases have
been pretty serious. Judge Dickey
asked one candidate certain point
ed questions with results as fol
lows: ''Do you want to become an
Vmerican citizen?" "Yes." "To
wJiom will you give your loyalty
in that case, to t the president of
the U. S. or, to the emperor?" "To
the emperor." "Are you an an
archist?" "Yes." "Are you a
polygamist?" "Yes." The judge
didn't say whether or not this
candidate was admitted.
l'rof. Win. McCluskey spoke of
the need of education of this mi
lure among American born citi
zens, lie asked a class of advanc
ed pupils (not on Kauai) if they
were American citizens and they
said they were not ((all born in
Hawaii, mind you). He asked
one Japanese boy if he did not
know he was an American citizen
to which lie replied in the nega
tive. Well, you are. What do you
think about it?" "i am .sorry."
Mr. Warner and Mr. Walworth
testilied on the findings of the
Y. M. O. A. as to the need of cor
recting anti-American tendencies
in Hawaii. Throughout the meet
ing which lasted until thre'e p. in.,
the spirit of "peace patriotism"
ran high and the teachers gave
ernest expressions of their will
ingness to cooperate with the
Y. M. O. A. in its Americanization
The Piatation Bonus
The plantation bonus for 1!H!
will be about !)() per cent, of the
regular wages, but. will be paid in
larger proportion monthly in ad
vance of the close of the season.
Last year this monthly pay
payment was :: K per cent,
whereas this year it will be 50 per
cent; The aggregate bonus last
year was about the and a half
million dollars; this year it will
be about eight million.
HEHVIVU IX THE OP EX
There will be an open air Ves
per service on the Lihue Union
Church lawn at 4 ::0 p. m. Sunday
after noon, with special music and
living picture presentation of sac
red scenes and characters. It will
be a novel and attractive service.
Every tine is cordially invited to
come. It will be 'the safest place
on the Island as far as Spanish
Influenza or other evils are con
cerned. Sunday School in the
open at the usual time.
J. M. TA'DGATE.
Mrs. Ue Spain begs to notify
her friends that the housewarm
ing for which she had issued invi
tations, will be postponed until
after the Board of Health embar
go is lifted.
New Inter-hland Schedule
Honolulu, T. H.
Beginning Monday, January 27th, and until further notice the
S. S. "Kinau" and "Mauna Loa" will be operated to and from
Kauai ports as hereunder.
S. S. "KINAU"
Leaves Honolulu Monday at 5 l M. with passengers and
mails for Nawiliwili, and freight for Ahukini.
, Loads sugar at Ahukini when possible.
Leaves Nawiliwili for Honolulu Tuesday at 5 V. M.
Leaves Honolulu Thursday at u P. M. with passengers- mails
and freights for Nawiliwili, Koloa and Port Allen; when possible
will load sugar at Wainiea Saturday A. M.
Beturning, is to leave Xawiliwili at i P. M. Saturday.
Arrives in Honolulu Sunday A. M.
S. S. "MAUNA LOA"
Leaves Honolulu Tuesday at i P. M. for Waimea direct with
mails and freight. Loads a full cargo of sugar, if possible, at Wai
mea. Leaves Wainiea about i p. M. Thursdays for Honolulu
Leaves Honolulu Friday P. M. to load sugar at Kauai ports.
Arrives back Honolulu, Sunday A. M.
THE FOLLOWING REGULA
TIONS CONCERNING THE PRE
VENTION AND CONTROL OF
THE DISEASE" KNOWN AS
SPANISH INFLUENZA WERE
DULY ADOPTED BY THE TER
RITORIAL BOARD OR HEALTH
AT A SPECIAL MEETING HELD
AT THE OFFICE OF THE
BOARD OF H.EALTH ON THIS
23rd DAY OF JANUARY, A. D.
REGULATION NO. 1. That tho
proprietors of nil hotels, restaurants,
clubs, and boitrdlng houses within
tho Territory of Hawaii bo and are
hereby required to sterilize after
each and every use thereof, dishes,
glass-ware, cutlery, and tablo linen
by boiling tho same for a period of
at least twenty (20) minutes.
REGULATION NO. 2. That tho
proprietors of soda water fountains,
soft drink and Icq-cream establish
ments, counters, and fountains within
the Territory of Hawaii, bo and aro
hereby required to sterillzo after
each and every use thereof, all
drinking glasses, spoons, and other
eating and drinking utensils by boil
ing the same for a period of not les3
than twenty (20) minutes, PROVID
ED, HOWEVER, that whero paper
cups aro used in such establishments,
the drinking utensils need not bo so
REGULATION . NO. .3. That all
theatres, and churches bo and aro
hereby ordered closed, and all other
public gatherings held within en
closed buildings, except public and
private secular schools, bo and aro
The foregoing regulations shall be
in full force and effect from and after
tho 25th day of Uanuary, A. D. 1019,
and until revoked by the Board of
DATED at Honolulu, January 23rd,
A. D. 1019.
TERRITORIAL BOARD OF HEALTH
By S. S. PAXSON,
K. B. PORTER,
Secretary, Territorial Board of Health.
Tho foregoing regulations aro here
by sanctioned and 'approved tho 23rd
day of January, A. D. 1919.
c. j. McCarthy,
Governor of Hawaii.
NOTICE TO TAX PAYERS OF 1919
Tho Real and Personal property in
the Fourth Taxation Division will be
taxed at tho rate of $1,788 per hun
dred, $17,88 per thousand dollar valua
tion, for the purposes set forth In
Section 123G of Act 222, Session Laws
of 1917; to wit:
For current expenses of County;
For Permanent Improvements;
For Interest and Sinking Fund on
Bonds allowed to County;
For Assessing and collecting Taxes.
J. K. FARLEY,
Assessor Fourth Taxation Division.
Koloa, Kauai, January 24th, 1919.
Jan. 28, Feb. 4, 11, 18.
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Hay, Grain and Ciiickijn A
Sole Agents for
International stock. Poultry Food A
and other specialties. Arabic for
cooling Iron Roofs. I'tahuna In- f
cubators and Brooders. j,
King's Spkciai. Chick Food i
P.O. Box 452,
I HOTEL LIHUE
Twenty-t.vo elegant rooms
In Main Building
Three Airy Cottages
Cuisine unexcelled in country
W.'H. Rice, Jr.,
Wholesale and Retail Groceries
Dry Goods of all Descriptions.
Garden Island Publishing Co., Ltd.
Tho annual meeting of tho stock
holders of tho Garden Island Publish
ing Co., Ltd. will be held at the ofllco
of Mr. C. A. Rice, Lihue, on Wednes
day, Feb. 5th, 1919, at 10 o'clock a. m.
K. C. HOPPER,
. Ihuo, Kauai, Jan. 21. 1919.
Kuraoka & Co. f
CONTRACTOR AND CARPENTER f
Building, Painting, Moving i
Buildings and General J,,
Manufacturer of All Kinds of .
"We have not studied
cost nor economy as
we should, either as
organizers of indus
try, statesmen, or as
But there is yet time
to start to save and
that time is NOW.
Bishop & Company
P. 0. Box 265
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B. B. C. Gives Health, Strength, Pep And Nerve Power
That Remarkable Remedy
Endorsed by many leading physi
cians and people In public life.
B. B. C. is a marvelous recon
structive tonic, it Infuses tho sys
tem with the lron'forco of health
and vitality of youth, building up
t'.io body stronger than ciekness
and diseaco. and that la all there is
to It. If th3 body h strong and
normal and tho organs of It wsll
regulated and performing ,thoir
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up your body and makes It stronger
than tho cihncnts hat assail it and
tlioy aro beaten and utterly routed,
and health is tho result. That's
why rheumatism, blood impurities,
slek heac'arhes, nervous depres
sions, Blcepless nights, aonomlc
and run-down condition, blllious
ness, torpid liver, constipation,
kidney and bladder ailments glvo
way to an extended course of B. B.
C. oven In cases of long standing
and tin lady vibratos with health.
Tho extraordinary morit of B. B. C.
is proved by tho many prominent
local peoplo who have testified to
that effect. B. B. C. is a bottled
liquid, therefore far superior to
tablet roincdles wdiich loso thoir
strength and aro often soiled in
B. B. C. Is sold by all drunglsts,
plantatin stores and dealers. $1.25
per bottle; 6 for $7; 3 for 53.50. We
pay shipping charges on-all $7.00
cash orders. ,B. B. C. Headquar-Market.
MR. BEN BRUNS,
The B. B. C. Man
FROM HONOLULU. DURING
HIS VISIT TO KAUAI WILL
DELIVER SHORT TALKS AND
Free Concert at 6:30
P. M. Each Eveniug
AT THE VARIOUS COMMUNI
TIES IN KAUAI. HIS ENTER
TAINMENTS AND TALKS
ARE VELL WORTH ATTEND
ING, FROM ALL REPORTS OF
PLACES HE HAS VISITED.
Watch for His Announcement of
Concerts at Your Place.