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THE OARDEW IiLAXD, TUESDAY MAY 11, 1920
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. The most famous Garage on Kauai. The near
eat place to get transportation to
The Barking Sands, Olokele Canyon,
Waimea Canyon, Kokee Camps,
'"! Kukuiolono Park, etc.
Do, Business all over the Island of Kauai
Our Autos- are comfortable, our Drivers are
Reliable and have been with us for years, and
know every inch 'of the country.
We Rent Ford Cars Without Drivers.
We have good Riding Horses, accustomed to the
work, We do Draying and Hauling by Trucks
all pver the Island We run the Stage Line
between Lihue and Kekaha three round trips
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Telephone 43 ' WAIMEA P. 0. Box 71
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We Thank You for
Them Kind Woids
The followins appreciative account
of the beauties and attractions of Kau
ai appeared in a recent issue of the
"Hawaii Herald." It was written by
Mr. Stevenson, who formally lived at
Makaweli for a time. He evidently
enjoyed and appreciated the charmu
of the Garden Island as an intelligent
outsider can o to good advantage.
KAUAI'3 GOOD FORTUNE
Some peope are boru to good for
tune, others tchieve it, and still
others have it thniBt upon them. To
which of these categories Kauai be
longs it is nard to say, but certain it
is that Kauai is fortunate. The cause
of congratulation is the fact that the
Matsou steamer Lurllne will make a
monthly call at Port Allen hereafter.
This steamer brings to the Garden
Island the first connection by big
steamer with the mainland since the
war. It not only affords a chance for
Kauaians to travel in comfort upon
occasions between Kauai and Hono
lulu, or Kauai and the Mainland, but,
what is' vastly more important to that
lovoly island, affords the opportunity
for tourists to become acquainted with
the glories of Hanalei, and the gran
duer of Waimea canyon.
To many Hawaiians, Kauai is as
the most precious jewel of an impos
ing collection. Certain it is that Kauai
in the minds of most of us who have
been there, amply justifies its soubri
quet of "The Garden Island:" Won
derful as it is, it is, however, com
paratively unknown save to kamaainas,
largely due to the fact that transpor
tation is poor. Once there however,
it has what are probably the best
roads in the territory, for they are
certainly equal to if not superior to
those of Oahu, and certainly vastly
better than Hawaii or Maui can offer.
Nowhere in the eight islands is
there a series of finer attractions than
the Garden Isle offers. From the
Spouting Horn and Barking Sands in
the vicinity of Waimea to the tranquil
beauty of Hanalei covers a wide range
of attractiveness. Filling the gaps, be
tween are Wailua falls, comparable
to Rainbow at their best; Waialeale
and the Anahola peaks, which need
not take a back seat when the three
other islands of the group Btart to tell
of their Kaalas, Mauna Keas and Ha
leakalas; Puu ka Pele; is wonderful
and above all the gradeur of the Wai
mea Canyon surpasses description.
Comparatively in impresslveness,
thoush not in size, to the Grand Can
yon, Waimea Canyon is entitled to
rank with Kilauea volcano as one of
the prime attractions of a most re
markable group of islands. Hitherto
it has been the fame of the Pali, Wai
kiki beach and the Vocano that has
drawn tourists across the seven seas
to disport themselves in the liquid
sunshine of Hawaii net. With rea
sonable publicity to back the latest
move of the Mataon Navigation Com
pany, to these should be added the
charms of Kauai.
Up to this time Kauai has been in
accessible. Its beauties might almost
as well have been hidden in King
Solomon's mines; for to most tourists,
the journey across the . "narrow sea"
separtlng Oahu and Kauai has been
even more of a detriment to travel
than the condition of the channels be
tween here and Honolulu. Part of
this has been due to the fact that the
Kauai channel is habitually rough;
part to the fact that the steamers run
nlngto the northern island have been
even less attractive than those plying
the southerly routes.
Uuless all indications fall, this terri
tory in the present year is to have all
the tourists it can possibly ' handle.
There will be enough and to spare for
all the islands. Naturally the more
attractions this territory can develop,
the more rapidly it will come to take
its place as a tourist center. To this
end let us do all we can to develop
every possible resource in common
with the rest of the group to have the
wonders of Kauai known to the main
land wanderer. By all means let us
lend our voices in congratulation up
on the good fortune of our sister is
land, and do all we can to assist her
to get a share of the tourist traffic.
The Kekaha robbery case has dragg
ed through the week without any ap
parent headway having been made.
"The Vision That
Visions which alter life, and
the story of a life so changed,
will be discussed next Sunday
COME and bring your friends.
1920 Baseball Series
Thj schedule committee of the
1920 baseball season have prepared
the following tentative schedule. It
has been decided by the committee
that a three-round series-, which will
take the games up to the 19th of Sep
tember, will be about right. The team
winning the most games in the series
will be the champions,
..(Note The gf.mes will be played
at the first named place.)
June 6 Kilauea vs. Makoe
Lihue vs McBryde
June 13 Makee vs Lihue
Makaweli vs Kilauea
June 20 Lihue vs Makaweli
McBryde vs Makee
June 27 McBryde vs Makaweli
Lihue vs Kilauea
July 11 Makaweli vs Makoe
Kilauea vs McBryde
July 18 Makee vs Kilauea
McBryde vs Lihue
Juy 25 Lihue vs Makee
Lihue vs Makaweli
Aug. 1 Makaweli vs Lihue
Makee vs . McBryde
Aug. 8 Makaweli vs McBryde
Kilauea vs Lihuo
Aug. 15 Makee vs Makaweli
McBryde vs Kilauea
3rd Round: .
Same as 1st Round.
July 3 All Around Chinese vs Maka-
well-McBryde at Makaweli
July 4 A .A. C. vs Japanese at Wai
pouli July 6 A. A. C. vs All-Kauai at Wai
pouli July 5 A. A. C. vs Makee at Kapaa
July 6 A. A. C. vs Lihue at Lihue
Died in the Service
of Their Country
The folowlng list of public school
teachers, who have died since Novem
ber, 1919, has been received from the
depaitment of public instruction.
Superintendent MacCaughcy says:
"We desire to express our deep ap
preciation of the splendid services of
these men and women who have died
while in the service of their country.
The American public school teacher
Is a spiritual soldier, fighting valiant
ly for the ideals of the American peo
ple and of the American democracy.
'.'The passing of these men and wo
men is a general loss to our public
schools. These teachers ser,ving in a
common cause, were laboring not for
themselves but for the boys and girls
of Hawaii. In the midst of their
labors for the highest American ideal
ism, they have been called to other
Miss Anna Chang, Wabiawa School,
Oahu, November 5, 1919.
Mrs. Woon Len Lo Wo, Maemae
School, Honolulu, February 14, 1920.
Mathcw H. Kane, Napoopoo School,
Hawaii, February 16, 1920.
Otto L. Fritoch, McKinlcy High
School, Honolulu, February 20, 1920.
Mrs. Emma McWayne, Pohukaina
School, Honolulu, March 3, 1920.
Miss Anna Mabel Mlnthorn, Wailu
ku School, Maui, March 6, 1920.
Mrs. Margaret Braun, Waianae Sen.
Oahu, March 19, 1920.
Mies Odetta Miner, Hauula School,
Oahu, March 20, 1920.
Mrs. Sarah Kamakau, Holualoa Sch.
Hawaii, March 24, 1920.
Mrs. Alice H. Hustace, Lihue Sch.
Kauai, March 26, 1920.
Frederick W. Hardy, Makawao, Maui,
April 3, 1920.
Miss Maria K. Lalakeav Pioplo Bsh.
Hawaii, April 5, 1920.
Mrs. Alice Martin. Piihonua School,
Hawaii. April 7. 1920.
Mrs. Sarah Kaaha, Kalihlkai School,
Honolulu April 21, 1920.
Miss Ruth E. Hoag, Kalihiwaena
School, Honolulu, April 26, 1920,
WAIMEA GIRL RESERVE PICNIC
The two girl corps of girl reserves
from Waimea went for an all day pic
nic on Saturday to Olokele canyon,
starting at six o'clock, from Hofgaards
store. There were thirty six of them
and four guests, girl reserve from Ka
lbheo. It was a long hike but an en
joyc.be one, full of surprises at each
turn in the road here a chump pop-
' pies, than a cock-pheasant flying
across the path, and again an almost
hidden water fall in the thick of ferns
I and malle.
The girls are making a collection of
wild flowers and brought home many,
the names of which they have still to
When they returned to Waimea
each girl wore a lei of ferns and Cow
ers and the smiles on their faces did
not betray the fact that they had
walked approximately sixteen miles.
lN THE CIRCUIT COURT OrTHr!
FIFTH CIRCUIT, TERRITORY OF
HAWAII. AT CHAMBERS IN
In the matter of the Estate , of
MANJI YAMASE. late of Waimea,
On reading and filing the petition of
Kane Yamase. widow ot Manjl Ya
mase, deceased, alleging that said
Manji Yamase, late of Waimea, Coun
ty of Kauai, Territory of Hawaii, died
intestate at said Waimea, on the 24th
day ot February, A. D. 1920, leaving
property In the Hawaiian Islands
necessary to be administered upon,
and praying that Letters of Adminis
tration issue to her, the said Kane
It is ordered that Friday, the 28th
day of May, A. D. 1920, at 9 o'clock
A. M., be and hereby is appointed the
time for hearing said Petition in the
Court Room of this Court at Lihue,
County of Kauai, at which time and
place all persons concerned may ap
pear and show cause, if any they
have, why said Petition should not be
granted; and that notice of this order
be published for three successive
weeks (four insertions) in the "Gar
den Island" newspaper in Lihue,
County of Kauai, Territory of Hawaii.
Dated at Lihue, County of Kauai.
T. H.. April 24th, 1920.
(Sgd.) WILLIAM C. ACHI, JR.
Judge of the Circuit Court of the
(Sgd.) JOSEPH ANDRE SOUSA,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of the
Philip L. Rice,
Attorney for Petitioner.
April 27, May 4, 11 18.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FIFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
AT CHAMBERS IN PROBATE
Probate No. 779
In the matter of the Estate of
MARY ROSE NAKAI, late of Koloa,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice is hereby given that Letters
of Administration have been issued
to J. S. Chandler, as Administrator of
the Estate of Mary Rose Nakai, late
of Koloa, Kauai, Territory of Hawaii,
All creditors of the said deceased,
or ot her estate, are hereby notified to
present their claims, with proper
vouchers or duly authenticated copies
thereof, even if the claim is secured
by mortgage upon Real Sstate, to
the said J. S. Chandler, or his attor
ney, at the office of the said attorney,
Philip L. Rice, in Lihue, County of
Kauai, Territory aforesaid, within six
months from the date of this notice,
which is the date of the first publica
tion hereof; otherwise such claims, if
any, shall be forever barred.
And all persons indebted to the said
estate are hereby notified to make
payment to the said J. S. Chandler,
at the said office of his attorney.
Dated, Lihue. T. .H., April 27th, 1920.
J. S. CHANDLER,
Administrator of the Estate of Mary
Rose Nakai, deceased.
Philip L. Rice, Attorney for Adminis
trator. April 27, May 4, 11, 18, 25.
NOTICE OF 8ALE OF
At 10 o'clock, A. M., Tuesday, June
1st, 1920, at the front door of the
Capitol Building, Honolulu, T. H., there
will be sold at public auction under
Section 380 of the Revised Laws of
Hawaii ot 1915, a General Lease to the
following described Government Lot:
Lot 17, Block J., Kapaa Town Lots,
Kawaihau,. Kauai, containing aa area
of 7600 square feet, more or less;
term of lease 15 years from June 1st,
1920; upset rental $10. per year, pay
able semi-annually in advance.
A provision will he embodied in this
lease providing that this lot shall be
used for "Joss House" purposes only,
and that upon failure to so use the lot,
the lease will be cancelled and pos
session taken by the Territory. -
The purohaser shall pay the costs of
advertising and other charge in con
nection with the preparation ot this
For further particulars apply at the
office of the Sub Agent, Ms.. O W.
Sahr, Lihue, Kauai, or at the office of
the Commissioner ot Publlo Lands.
C. T. BAILEY,
Commissioner of Public Lands.
Dated at Honolulu,
April 28th. 1920.
May 4. 11, 18. 25.
Real Estate and Insurance
NO. 125131 MERCHANT; ST.
P. O. Box No 594 Honolulu
For. the convenience of the electors
of the County of Kauat the under
Liguea will be at the places named be
low at the time stated except as eUted
otherwise, for the purpose of reglser
erlng applicants as voters of to said
County of Kauai at any future elec
tions to be held within the County of
Waioll Courthouse, Hanalei, Wednes
day, May 12, 1920, 104 p. m.
Thursday, May 13, 9 IS m.
Kilauea Store (Kong Lung) Thursday,
May 13, 26 p. m.
Kealia Store: Afternoons of May 14
and 15, 26:30 p. m. each day.
Kapaa Courthouse, Mar 17. II. 1.
1:305 p. m.
Community House, Hanamaulu, May
20, 3 5:50 p. m.
Orove Farm Office, Lihue, May 21,
10 5 p. m.
Koloa Courthouse, June- 9 and 10,
124:30 p. m. each day
Social Hall, Kalaheo, June 14, 1:306
' p. m.
Office, McBryde Sugar Co., Wahiawa,
June 16, 10 4:30 p. m.
J. I. Silva's Store, Eleele, June 17,
Itanapepe Store (Joe Gomes) June 17,
2 5 p. m.
Monison Hall, Makaweli, June It and
21, 106 p. m. each day.
Kekaha Sugar Plantation Office, July
7, 105 p. m.
Courthouse, Waimea, July 8 and 9,
10 4:30 p. m. each day.
Date for the registration of the
voters of Nlihau will be announced
later. If this registration however
will compel the clerk to go to Nllhan
on any of the above dates, the regis
tration for the places affected by such
departure of the clerk will be an
All persons who became citizens ot
the United States of America and of
the Territory of Hawaii by reason ot
having received naturalization papers
are requested upon applying for re
gistration to produce their naturalisa
tion certificates or certified copies
thereof otherwise their applications
wilt not be considered.
All who wish may be registered as
voters at the office of the County
Clerk of Kauai In Lihue on any. legal
business day other than the above
dates and the first Wednesday ot the
month, between the hours of 9 a. m.
and 12 noon.
The general Official Register of Vo
ters ot Kauai will be open at all times
until midnight of Tuesday, September
21st, 1920, before the next Territorial
Primary Election which will be held
on Saturday, October 2nd: 1920.
Immediately after the said Terri
torial Primary Election of October
2nd, 1920, the said Official Register
will be open again until midnight of
Tuesday, October 12th, 1920 for the
registration of voters who have not
already registered for the Territorial
General Election to be held on No
vember 2nd, 1920.
Due notice of any changes in the
above schedule, It any, will be duly
GIVEN under my hand and the Seal
of the County of Kauai at LIHUE
this 24th day of April, 1910.
J. MAHIAI KANBAKUA
County Clerk, County of Kauat.
April 27, May 4, 11 ,18.
NOTICE OF SALE OF
Tt 12 o'clock, noon, Tuesday, June
1st, 1920, at the office of the Sub Agent,
Mr. G. W. Sahr, Lihue, Kauai, there
will be sold at public auction, nnder
Section 380 of the Revised Laws of
Hawaii of 1915, General Leases to .the
following described Government lands:
1. Government land situate at
Waioli, Hanalei, Kauai, containing an
area of 400 acres, more or less; term of
lease, 15 years from June IsL. 1920;
upset rental $100. per annum, payable
semiannually In advance.
2. Government remainder of' Wai
oli, Hanalei, Kauai, containing aa area
ot 900 acres, more or less; term of
lease, 15 years from February!' 2nd,
1921; upset rental, $225. per aanum,
payable semi-atfnually in advance.
The purchaser shall pay the costs of
advertising and other charges la con
nection with the preparation ot these
For further particulars apply at the
office of the Sub Agent, Mr. Ck W.
Sahr, Lihue, Kauai, or at the efflce ot
the Commissioner ot Public . Lands,
Capitol Building, Honolulu, T. H.
C. T. BAILEY.
Commissioner of Public Lands.
Dated at Honolulu, April 28th, 1920.
May 4, 11, 18, 25.
Wholesale and Retail Groceries
Dry Goods of all Descriptions.