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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, MAR.- 30, 1920
Lihue Holds Annual Meeting
At the annual meeting of tho stock
holders of Lihuo Plantation, held at tho
offices of tho American Factors, Hono
lulu, last Wednesday morning, soveral
now officers woro elected.
A. W. T. Dottcmley succeeds Gcorgo
Sherman as president. F. J. Lowrey
and Richard H. Trent retiro from tho
directorate and C. II. Cooke, R. C.
Walker and C. R. Honicnway are to fill
tho vacancies on. tho hoard.
Tho now cfllcors aro: A. W, T. Dot
tomloy, president; C. A Rice, first vico
president; C. II. Wilcox, second vlco
president; R. C. Walkor, treasurer;
G. P. Wilcox, secretary. Directors, C.
H. Cooks, C. Rico, C. H. Wilcox, A. W.
T. Bottomlcy, C. R. Hemenway, R. C.
Lihuo paid dividends to tho nmount
of $300,000, and had a net profit, after
reserve for taxes, of $G20,3G9.34.
THE GARDEN ISLAND PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
Up-To-Date Printers, Bookbinders and Publishers of
THE GARDEN ISLAND
A Weekly Newspaper Issued Tuesdays.
Entered at the Postoffice at Lihue, Hawaii, as Second-class Matter.
Subscription Rates: Ter Year, $2.50
Six Months, 1.50
Three Months. 1.00
Subscriptions Payable in Advance.
Space Advertising Rates on Annual Contracts. 75 cents" per
Inch per Month.
K. C. HOPPER, - - - Busness Manager
K. C. Hopper News Agency
Subscrptions received for
Magazines, Newspapers and Periodicals
from all parts of the worlds
Foreign and Domestic
Patronize Home Industry and Save Money
Company to Expand
The Kauai Telephonic Company
will increase iN capitalization
from ?20,000 to 50,000. Ten thou-
sand dollars will be put into now
lines and improvements, u , like
sum will bo paid to stockholders
as a stock dividend, and the re
maining 10,000 worth of stock
will he held in reserve. Applica
tion has been sent to the utilities
commission for the necessary per
mission for these changes.
The Wnimea Stables, Ltd. and
Gomez Garage are to amalgamate
and conduct a joint business that
is to be more than twice as effic
ient and satisfactory as that cbn
ductcd by them singly.
Alfred Gomes, heretofore man
ager for the Waimea Stables, Ltdr,
will remain there in that position,
and Clem Gomes will continue to
handle the Gomez end of the com
bined business at Nawiliwili. The
new concern is making application
to the Treasurer for permission to
increase their capital to meet their
W. M. MULLIN
Acetylene and LIHUE HOTEL
Electric Welding Kauai.
A Signature of Value
Watch for the "GOODY BAR" Signature. You see it every place
you go, standing out proudly, a mute testimonial that the car that
passed over was equipped with the safest and best tire manufactured.
Tire cost per mile is one of the car owner's biggest items of expense,
and naturally it is policy to use a tire that will deliver the most
mileage per dollar.
"GOOD YEA It" is that tire, as is evidenced by the fact that more
people ride on "GOODY E Alt TIliES" than on any other tire. That
is true here on Kauai as everywhere automobiles are used.
Goodyear Service Station
The undersigned having been duly
appointed Executor, and Administra
tor with the Will annexed, respective
ly, of tho Estate of Wong Alolau (ch)
lato of Knpaa, Kauai, deceased tea,
tate, hereby give notlco to all per
sons having claims against said es
tato to present tho same, duly veri
fied and with proper vouchers (if any
exist) oven though such claim or
claims bo secured by mortgago, to be
undersigned, within six months from
tho first publication of this notice.
gamely: March 9, 1920, or they will
do rorover barred, and all norsons in-
Vlebted to said Estato aro hereby
notified to make immediate settle
ment to tho undersigned.
Dated Lihue, March 9th 1920.
Executor under tho Will of -Estato
of Wong Aloiau (ch), deceased.
Kapaa, Kauai, T. H.
ENOKA LOVELL, SR.
Administrator with tho Will annex
ed, Estato of Wong Aloiau (ch) de
J. MAHIAI KANEAKUA.
Attorney for Executor anil tho Art.
March 9, 1C, 23, 30, April 6, 13, 1920.
' NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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In Main Building
Three Airy Cottages
Cuisine unexcelled in country
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ctibatora nnd Brooders. i
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in the Territory of Hawaii
Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profits
Over One Million Dollars
IS NOT TOO GOOD
You are assured of the best serv
ice obtainable, without in any way
adding to the cost, when you nom
inate the HAWAIIAN TRUST
COMPANYas Executor or Trustee
Come in and talk sit over.
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Safe Deposit Vaults
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TERRITORY OF HAWAII
BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF
AGRICULTURE AND FORESTRY
RULE XXI DIVISION OF PLANT
Rule and Regulation of the Board of.
Commissioners of Agriculture and
Forestry Concerning the Control of
Certain Insect and Plant Pestt.
The Board of Commissioners of Ag
riculture and Forestry of tho Territory
of Hawaii hereby make tho following
rules and regulations for tho purpose
of controlling certain insect pests and
plant pests in the Territory of Hawaii:
SECTION 1. No ginger plant, or
part thereof, no fern plant or part
thereof, and no Spanish moss, (Tilland-
sia usncoides) otherwiso known as
Florida moss or old man's board, shall
bo carried, transported, or shipped
(from any one island In this Territory
to any other island in this Territory,
excopt by special written permit from
tho Board of Agriculture and Forestry.
.SECTION 2. No ginger plant or
part thorcof, no fern or part thereof,
and no Spanish moss shall be trans
ported in any manner from one part
or locality of any island io another
part or- locality of the samo is
land, excopt by spocial written permit
from tho Board of Agriculture nnd
SECTION 3. Inspoctors and other
duly authorized agents of tho Board of
Agriculture and Forestry aro hereby
empowered to examine and inspect all.
freight, baggage, and belongings leav
ing or arriving at any port of tho Ter
ritory ,or being transported from one
part or locality of any Island to anoth
er part or locality of tho samo island
and to destroy any and all ginger
plants or parts thereof, and all fern
plants or parts thereof, and any and all
Spanish moss found among or In such
freight, baggago and belongings.
March 1G, 23.
TERRITORY OF HAWAII
BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF
AGRICULTURE AND FORESTRY
RULE XVI DIVISION OF ANIMAL
Under authority of Section B03 of
the Revised Laws of Hawaii, 1915, the
Board of Commissioners of Aericultur
and Forestry hereby issues the follow
ing regulation to prohibit inter-island
shipment of dairy cattle affected with
SECTION 1. No dairy cattle shall
be shiped from one island to another
unless accompanied by a permit issued
by tho tprritorial veterinarian, or his
deputy, on blanks supplied by this
SECTION 2. Such permit shall cert-
ify to the freedom from tuborculosis of
tho animals in Question as nroven hv
tho tuberculosis test within one week
previous to shipment, or enrtitv thn
the animals como from a herd which
has passed the tuberculin test success
fully twice within tho procedine eijrh-
SECTION 3. The territorial vetcri-
narian. or his deputy, shall on request
of the owner or shipper, issue a permit
to ship untested but apparently hoal-
my cattlo In quarantine, such cattle to
be kept segregated on promises approv
ed by said officer at the point of desti
nation until tuberculin tested and re
leased by him.
SECTION 4. It shall be the dutv of
the owner or consignee to mako Bure
that the said permit reaches the ter
ritorial veterinarian, or his denutv. be.
fore removal of tho cattlo from the
wharf where landed, and the master.
owner or agent of the vessel carryinc
such cattlo shall not allow such remov
al until authorized by said officer.
SECTION 5. Tho territorial veteri-
narian, or his deputy, issuing such cer
tificate shall furnish a copy of the
same to tho local agent or the master
of tho vessel accepting such shipment
anu snail mail or forward another copy
without delay to the territorial veteri
narian, or his 'deputy, at tho place of
SECTION C. This rulo shall take
effect upon Its approval by the Gover
Approved this 25th day of February.
CURTIS P. IAUKEA,
Acting Governor of Hawaii.
Honolulu, T. H. March-16. 23.
I Advertisements i
Used Cleveland tractor. Completely
overhauled, excellent condition. 600
cash. E. Livesoy, Kapaa Homestead,
.25G Newton Rifle. Condition perfect
Velocity 3100 ft. Price Honolulu last
Christmas $95. Price this rlflo 1G5.
Inqulro Garden Island.