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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, JULY 5. 1921
Fund for Press Congress
Teachers and Tax
Sunday School Picnic
Held at Niumalu Beach
STATEMENT OF DISSOLUTION OF
THE COPARTNERSHIP OF THE
KAPAA PURCHASING GUILD, of
Kapaa, County of Kauai, T. H, Jun
in motor car
The manufacturer of your automobile recommends, In
the Instruction Book for your car, that the crankcase be
drained out and flushed and theft refilled with fresh oil at
This is necessary because engine operation causes a
steady accumulation of road dust, carbon, fine metal par
ticles and other impurities in the crankcase oil. This gritty
oil circulates through your engine, impairs its performance
and ultimately leads to rapid depreciation and repairs.
But cleaning the crankcase is a job generally disliked
To meet this need, Modern Crankcase Cleaning Service
has been established by first-class garages and other deal
ers co-operating with the Standard Oil Company. These
garages and dealers use Calol Flushing Oil, the scien
tific agent that cleans out old oil, dirt, grit and other
impurities, and does not impair the lubricating efficiency
of fresh, oil used. The cleaned crankcase is refilled with the
correct grade of Zerolene.
Look for the garage or dealer displaying the sign shown
below it means Better operation and longer engine life."
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
calol flushing oil
Tells you what's IN
the Blade of every
because every knife that
bears this name has blades
forged from carefully tempered,
highest grade crucible steel.
You men who know steel
know that forged blades will
'take and hold keen edges
YOU can't go wrong and your
knife won't either if it is a KEEN
Look for-this Trade Mark when
Simmons Hardware Company
"Tie recollection of QUALITY remains long after
tht PRICE it forgotten." E. C. Simmons
Tada Muk bdateraa
Honolulu, June 23 A $50,000 budget
has been adopted by the exa.utive
and finance committees of ttr. Press
Congress of the World for the vnti-i-talnment
of delegates to the Congress
here next October. This budget, it
is explained by Lorrln A. Thurston,
acting chairman of the exeoutlve
committee, Is a tentative one, based
upon such data as the committees
hare been able to obtain with regard
to the number of delegates expected,
and other matters. It was felt nec
essary to adopt some estimate for the
guidance of the finance committee, to
enable It to function.
Expenses on Oahu alone are cover
ed, as Maui and Hawaii ate to pro
vide for entertainment on those is
lands. Only actual expenses from
the general fund are included, leaving
out such matters as are to be atten
ded to by volunteers.
'The estimate is based upon an ex
pected attendance of 600 visitors.
Word has been received from, Dr.
Walter Williams, dean of the school
of journalism of the University of
Missouri and president of the Cong
ress, to the effect that this number,
may be revised, and It will not be pos
sible to know definitely until the end
or middle of August. Wallace R
Farrington, newly appointed gmr
nor, Is working with the United States
shipping board at Washington to ob
tain the use of a steamer large
enough to carry the party between the
islands, and reports that the board
has evidenced a friendly Interest. .
Among items included are a souve
nir booklet giving accurate informa
tion and personal interest, other gen
eral expenses and entertatnment
proper, Including lunches, dinners,
shows, such automobile service as Is
not donated, and a $10,000 provision
for contingencies, inasmuch as the
information on which the budget was
based was necessarily incomplete and
provision may have to be made for a
larger number of guests than is now
By Vaughan MacCaughey
For the sake of accuracy and Jus
tice I desire to correct a mis-statement
that has been attributed to me
as a direct quotation. This state
ment, which appeared In several
newspapers, quotes me as saying that
"I have found that Hawalians, proper
ly trained, make the best teachers in
this Territory." It would "be pre
sumptuouo as well as Inaccurate for
any person to classify any single
racial group as "best" for the simple
reason that teaching ability, like
other talent, Is Individual and not
Hawaii has teachers of superior
ability in all of the various racial
groups represented in our teaching
force. He would indeed be guilty of
serious and unjust discrimination
who pointed to any slnglo racial
group as solely making the "best"
The facts of the case are that a
large percentage of our teachers of
Hawaiian and part-Hawaiian ancestry
are among our best teachers. As a
class, the Hawaiian group constitutes
a particularly desirable element in
our teaching corps, because of their
familiarity with local conditions,
their relatively long tenure of ser
vice, sympathetic and kindly qualities
Teachers contemplating a trip to
the coast, or other parts should be
notified of the provisions of Act 115,
8. L. 1921. American citizens travel
ling on foreign boats, or aliens going
to the mainland must procure a tax
clearance certificate from district tax
assessors before they can book on
For instance, teachers going on the
"Niagara" must obtain these certifi
The law reads as follows:
"Every person departing from the
Territory of Hawaii for a foreign
country shall, before being permitted
to leave, procure and exhibit to the
agent of a common carrier selling
transportation or to any representa
tive of the treasury department of
the Territory requesting the same, a
certificate from a tax assessor indica
ting that all delinquent taxes due the
Territory of Hawaii are fully paid,
Including taxes for the current per
iod, which period for such taxpayer
is hereby declared terminated at the
end of the calendar month then last
past; or in the alternative produce a
certificate showing that he or she
is exempt from such taxes; provided,
however, that if such departing tax
payer is a permanent resident of the
territory, and is able to satisfy the
tax assessor of his Intention to re
turn within the calendar year, he
may be given a certificate tempor
arily waiving this proclslon, as to
current taxes only.
Every alien departing from the Ter
ritory of Hawaii for any point with'
out the jurisdiction of said territory,
shall, before being permitted to leave,
produce and exhibit a like certificate
as in subdivision 4 hereof provided."
This is an amendment of Section
1295 of the Revised Laws of 1915, as
amended by Act 181, S. L. 1915.
and their Christian-American back
ground. Several years ago, I prepared the
following statement concerning the
Hawaiian people in relation to edu
cation which may be worthy of re
petition at this time.
The Haw'ailan People. ..At no other
time in history nor amongst any
other people, has popular education
made more rapid progress than
amongst the early Hawalians after
the coming of the missionaries.
The rapidity with which they be
came literate, Christianised and
"Americanized" is unparalled and is
a permanent tribute to the innate in
tellectual, spiritual and social capa
cities of the Hawaiian race. The
superb physique, kindly disposition,
beautiful hospitality and delightful
psychic traits of the Hawaiian people
constitute a genuine racial contribu
tion of unestimable worth.
FACT0R8 CUTS DIVIDENDS
The directors of American Fac
tors at a meeting held Wednesday
afternoon announced a reduction in
the monthly dividend from 1 per
cent to three-quarters of 1 per cent
effective July 10. This means a
reduction from $1 per share per
month to 75 cents per Bhare per
Attorney M. S. Henrlques has
moved his law offices from next the
Kapaa Court House to his property
near the old smoke stack, where he
will be pleased to attend to the wants
of his clients. 2t.
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When the Inevitable Occurs
There will come a time, sooner or later, when your property must pass to
others, being distributed either:
(1) As you will it, if there is a legally drawn will or
(2) As the laws of the Territory provide, in ease there is no Will.
A Will should name an executor to carry out its provisions; the Court
appoints an administrator to settle the Estate when there 1b no Will.
In either case, tho fees are fixed by law and It usually costs less to get the
benefit of the expert service of a strong institution like this company, which
makes a specialty of matters of trust, than it does to have the usually less de
pendable service of an Individual executor or administrator. The reason for
this is that the knowledge, experience and equipment of a trust company make
for greater economy and efficiency of administration.
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
924 Bethel Street Tel. 6177
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s S3 a $ m
P.- I FIFTEEN YEARS EXPERIENCE IN SETTLING AND MANAGING ESTATES 8&:3
The Lihue Sunday School gave one
of the most pleacant community pic
nics at Senator Jack Coney's Niumalu
beach place last Thursday night that
has been enjoyed on Kauai In many
a day. About 150 people, men, wo
men and children, attended.
The occasion besides being the an
nual picnic, was In honor of Sunday
School superintendent Warner, who
is leaving soon to take up his resi
dence in Honolulu.
The children of the Sunday School
took this occasion to present Mr. and
Mrs. Warner with a solid silver tray
as a slight token of their esteem.
Rev. Bayless made the presentation
address, to which Mr. Warner replied
in a few well chosen remarks.
Most of the people arrived on the
scene about four o'clock in the after
noon. Volleyball, Indoor baseball,
played outdoors, and other games
kept all busy until supper time.
Then a real picnic supper was served.
Roasted welners, pocketbook buns,
pickles, salads, cakes and watermel
ons from the patch of Mr. Coney,
were among the various other forms
of kaukau. The games, sea breezes
and general outing spirit all helped
as appetizers and very little was left
for the kitchen police to clean up.
There were a few watermelons left
though. Watermelons are somewhat
In demand these days so a contest
was started to see who should get
the leftovers. A many stunted relay
team was selected and started. The
hardhearted referee called the race a
draw. It didn't matter though.
After going through what . they had
to do in those races nobody wanted to
look an honest watermelon in the
At twilight A big bonfire was start
ed on the beach. It lit up the ground
for many feet around making the
games played all the more attractive,
As the fire died down the crowd be
gan to disappear vowing that here
after they would attend Sunday
school regularly each time a picnic
Camping outfit consisting
ice box, bed, safe, etc.
O. Box 26, Lihue tf.
All persons In debt to the firm of
S. M. Tomas & Company, of Kapaa,
are hereby notified that they must
settle such debt without delay, with
the undersigned at his office at
M. S. HENRIQUES, Trustee.
S. M. TOMAS & C, Creditors.
July 5, 12, 19, 28, 1921.
N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FIFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
TERRITORY OF HAWAII
AT CHAMBERS IN DIVORCE
CARRIE JACINTHO. SOUZA, Libel
ant, vs. LOUIS M. SOUZA, Libel
lee. Notice of Pendency of Suit
THE TERRITORY OF HAWAII
To Louis M. Souza
You are hereby notified that the
above-entitled cause Is now pending
before the Circuit Court above-named,
wherein Carrie Jaclntho Souza
prays for an absolute divorce from
you upon the ground set out in the
libel on file, to wit, non-support, and
that said cause has been set down
for trial before the Honorable Wil
liam C. Achl, Jr., Judge of said Court,
at his Courtroom in Lihue, County of
Kauai, in said circuit, on Friday, the
9th day of September, A. D. 1921, at
9 o'clock A. M. or as soon thereafter
as the business of said court may permit.
Dated at Lihue, T. H., June 25, 1921.
BY ORDER OF THE COURT:
(Sgd.) J. C. CULLEN.
PHILIP L. RICE
Attorney for Libellant.
June 28; July 5, 12, 19, 26; August 2,
and 9, 1921.
Everything In the
Sliver and Gold Lin.,
Rich Cut Glass and
Merchandise of the
Best Quality Only.
P. O. Box 342 Honolulu
To the TREASURER OF THE
TERRITORY OF HAWAII, Honolulu,
THIS IS TO CERTIFY, That on the
25th dty of Jute, 1921, ihe Co-pai-trw.
ship firm of Kapaa Purchasing Guild,
maintaining and carrying on a mer
chandise business at Kapaa, in the
district of Kawalhau, County of
Kauai, Territory of Hawaii, was dis
solved by mutual consent, and in com
pliance with law, the following state
ment is herewith filed.
THAT THE PARTNERS of the
said Co-partnership firm at the date
of dissolution were:
Taketa Mlyasato, residing at Kapaa,
S. Talra, residing at Kapaa, Kauai,
Matsu Arasakl, residing at Kapaa,
MatsuBuke Miyashlro, residing at
Witness our hands, this 28th day
of June, A. D. 1921: -(s)
(s) S. Talra
(s) Matsu Arasakl
(8) Matsusuke Miyashlro
TERRITORY OF HAWAII, "
County of Kauai
On this 28th day of June 1921,
before me personally appeared
Taketa Mlyasato, S. Talra, Matsu
Arasakl and Matsusuke Miyashlro to
me known to be the persons descri
bed in and who executed the forego
ing instrument, and acknowledged
that they executed the same as their
free act and deed.
(s) M. S. HENRIQUES,
Notary Public, Fifth Judicial Cir
cuit, Territory of Hawaii.
July 5, 12, 19, 26, 1921.
NOTICE OF SALE OF
Notice is hereby given that at 1:30
o'clock P. M. Thursday, July 7, 1921,
at the office of the Sub Land-Agent,
Mr. G. W. Sahr, Lihue, Kauai, there
will be sold at Public Auction to the
highest bidders under Section 380 of
the Revised Laws of Hawaii of 1915
General Leases covering the following
described Government Lands;
(1) Lots 24, 25, & 26 Block J,
Kapaa Town Lots, Puna, Kauai; con
taining an area of 22,445 square feet,
more or less; term of lease, 10 years
from September 19, 1921; upset rental,
$60 per annum, payable semi-annually
(2) Lots 1 and 2, Block K., Kapaa
Town Lots, Puna Kauai; containing
an area of 20,885 square feet, more or
less; term of lease, 10 years from
July 7, 1921; upset rental, $25.00 per
annum, payable semi-annually in advance.
(3) Lots 3, 4 and 6, Block K., Ka
paa Town Lots, Puna, Kauai; contain
ing an area of 22,500 square feet, more
or less; term of lease, 10 years from
July 7, 1921; upset rental, $25.00 per
annum, payable semi-annually in advance.
The Purchasers to pay the first six
months' rental bid at the drop of the
The Purchasers to pay the costs of
advertising and other charges in con
nection with the preparation of these
The Sale of the above General
Leases Is subject to the terms of
Government General Leases issue 1 by
the Office of the Commissioner of
For maps, form of General Lease
and othert particulars, apply at he
office of the Sub Land-Agent, Mr. G.
W. Sahr, Lihue, Kauai or at the office
of the Commissioner of Public Lands,
Capitol Building, Honolulu, T. H.
C. T. BAILEY,
Commissioner of Public Lands.
Dated at Honolulu, T. H.
June 1, 1921.
June 7, 14, 21, 28; July 5, 1921.
Good Hau wood delivered to Lihue
and vicinity, $11.00 a load. . Write
Box H, Lihue. tt
FOR SALE .i
Flat top hardwood desk, 5 ft. by
2l2 ft. A bargain. Apply C. W.
Scribner. Lihue Mill. tf.
8IGNS AND AUTO NUMBERS
Metallic auto numbers, signs, and
window lettering, show cards, win
dow cards, hand painted posters,
and all kinds of art work. Dow,
Lihue, Phone 93L. tf.
Dr. T. L. Morgan
Win. Hyde Rice